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1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES USING "a", "an", "some" or "any".
 
- There is  insect on your head.
- James says that he has got  friends in rome.
- Have you got  cds in your bag?
- Would you like  more milk in your coffee?
- Can you go to the supermarket and buy  bread?
- We live in  small town.
- Are there  museums in your town? No, there aren't .
 
2. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES USING "much", "many" or "a lot (of)".
 
- There weren't  people at the party.
- Jane has got  pets at home.
- Have you seen  wild animals in Africa?
- I haven't got  money in my bank account.
- Have you got  information about the economic crisis?
- when we went to Paris, we visited  interesting places.
 
3. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES USING "a few" or "a little".
 
- There are  mangoes in the bowl.
- We've got  light bulbs to change.
- Is there any wine in the bottle? yes, .
- Sara speaks  French.
-  animals can survive in the desert.
- We have  knowledge about this subject.
 
4. WRITE "C" FOR COUNTABLE NOUNS AND "U" FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS. use CAPITAL letters.
 
 accommodation

 advice
 
 carrot
 
 table

 baggage

 bread

 furniture
 
 tooth

 luggage
 
 child

 money
 
 coin

 news

 travel
 
 onion

work
 

 

       


 

 

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