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countables - uncountables downloadable worksheets:
COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS
Students learn the difference between countable and uncountable nouns, match pictures and words, use expressions to make uncountable nouns countable, study different expressions of quantity ( a lot of, much, many, some, any, few and little) and do lots of exercises based on this topic. I hope you like it and find it useful.
Level: elementary
Age: 12-14
Downloads: 3167

 
SOME - ANY - A / AN - MUCH - MANY (REVIEW)
Last part of a set of three worksheets about food. This time students have to fill in the blanks in the sentences with “some” , “any” , “a / an”, “much” or “many”. I hope you like it and find it useful. Have a wonderful week!
Level: elementary
Age: 11-14
Downloads: 2310

 
Food / countable and uncountable nouns / quantifiers
Study sheet / grammar guide + exercises
Level: elementary
Age: 10-12
Downloads: 1659

 
There is-there are
You can study there is/there are ,countables-uncounta bles and food vocabulary with this ws.Hope you find it useful it.
Level: elementary
Age: 10-14
Downloads: 1551

 
Some, any
Some exercises to practice Countable and uncountable nouns and the use of some and any.
Level: elementary
Age: 9-12
Downloads: 1528

 
COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS
Brief grammar explanation on the difference between countable and uncountables nouns and the use of quantifiers (some, any, a lot of , much , many, liitle and few). This is followed by several exercises. I hope you like it and find it useful. Have a nice evening/day!
Level: elementary
Age: 11-14
Downloads: 1429

 
COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLES NOUNS-QUANTIFIERS-QU ANTITIES (B&W VERSION INCLUDED)
Worksheet on the difference on countable and uncountable nouns, the use of quantifiers and quantities. It can be used as a classroom poster. I hope you like it and find it useful. Thanks so much for your nice comments. Have a wonderdul day/evening. Hugs!
Level: elementary
Age: 11-14
Downloads: 1369

 
Nouns: gender, plurals, countable and uncountable
A worksheet about nouns: gender, plural formation, countable and uncountable nouns. It consists of a grammar guide + 7 exercises (5 pages) + answer key. Hope you like it!!
Level: elementary
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 1329

 
 

A/AN, SOME, ANY

affirmative

interrogative/negative



singular

A/AN

examples:
There's a cat on the roof.
There's an orange on the table.

A/AN

examples:
There isn't a cat on the roof.
There isn't an orange on the table.
Is there a cat on the roof.
Is there an orange in the fridge?


plural

SOME

examples:
There are some oranges on the table.
 

ANY

examples:
There aren't any oranges on the table.
Are there any oranges on the table?
 
1. Look at the pictures and complete the sentences:
      
 
a) There aren't  bananas left.
b) Oh! I've lost  earring!
c) I'll have  hamburguer, please.
d) There are  leaves on the ground.
e) There aren't  children playing in the park today.
f) I haven't got  camcorder, but I'd like to buy one.
g) Would you like  yogurt?
 
2. Complete the sentences with A/AN, SOME or ANY:
 
 
a) There aren't  apples on the table, but there are  in the fridge.
b) Can I have sandwich, please?
c) There aren't
children in the library right now.
d) Is there  new boy in your class?
e) I think there aren't  bottles of milk.
f) There are  students in the library right now.
g) Jane swears she has seen  elephant in the street!
h) Can I have  milk, please?
i) I'm afraid there aren't  sweets left.
j) I think there are  new books in the library.

3. Change the following sentences into the negative (use short forms):

a) There's a red notebook on the table.
b) There are some sandwiches in my bag.
c) They have got an enormous elephant in the circus.
d) There's an apple on the table.
e) We have got some friends from Poland.
f) There are some old buildings in that part of the city.
g) There's some milk in the fridge.
 
4. Change the following sentences into the interrogative.
 
a) You have got a red car.
b) There are some new students in our classroom.
c) There's some sugar in the cupboard.
d) There's an avocado in the salad.
e) There are some old books for sale in the library.
f) Terry has got a new maths teacher.
g) Jane has got some new friends.
 
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