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A, AN, SOME, ANY, HOW MUCH, HOW MANY

 
1. Fill in the blanks with A or AN:
 
 
      
 adventure      eagle              fairy                  gardener           kangaroo         orchard           island
 
 
2.SOME or ANY? Complete the sentences and join with the pictures:
 
 
     
d                                                                                                                  
 
a) There is  a parcel for you, but there isn't  letter.
 
b)  Paula: David has got  beautiful marbles.
      John:  Really? Has he got  blue marbles?
      Paula: Yes, I think he has got .
 
c)  Alex: Is there  red paint?
      Anna: Yes, there is  red paint,  blue paint and  yellow paint, but there isn't
                  white paint.
      Alex: I'm going to the shop. I can get you
 
d) Would you like  more coffee? Yes, please!
 
e) Graham: There are  emails for you, dear.
     Peggy: Is there  from David and Nora?
     Graham: No, there isn't  from them.
 
f) Can I have  more cake, please? Of course! Help yourself.
 
 
3. HOW MUCH or HOW MANY?
 
    
 
a)  darts are there? There are three.
 
b)  champagne do we have? One bottle.
 
c)  cheese is there in the fridge? A little.
 
d)  children did you invite to your party? Ten.
 
e)  milk is there on the table? Half a bottle.
 
 

 

       


 

 

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