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QUANTIFIERS: much , many , a lot of , plenty of, some & any

countable uncountable affirmative negative interrogative
much

     

 

many

     

a lot of / plenty of
some
any
 
Here are some examples:
  • I drank a lot of water  because it was very hot this morning.
  • There isn't any coffee in my cup.
  • Is any lemonade in the fridge?
  • I have some books on cooking in my library.
  • I need some sugar, please.
  • Nancy doesn't know many people here.
  • There isn't much milk in the bottle.

Now, let's practise!

  1. I need to buy  oil because there isn't  oil in the kitchen.
  2. There are  pens and pencils on my desk
  3. We don't have friends in our new neighbourhood.
  4. I need  sugar for the cake. Is there sugar in the kitchen?
  5. There are   red flowers in our garden. I will bring you of these flowers.
  6. Melissa and Amy have got English novels, but they haven't got  French ones.
  7. I'd like orange juice and  milk , please.

 

       


 

 

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