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FEW - A FEW - LITTLE - A LITTLE - A LOT OF




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FEW - A FEW - LITTLE -
A LITTLE A LOT OF  
 
 
 
 There are a lot of people in the street. What are they talking about?
 
 
 
 
 STEP ONE: WATCH THE VIDEO
 
 
 
 
 STEP TWO: AFTER WATCHING THE VIDEO CHECK YOUR UNDERSTANDING OF THE RULES.
 
 
  1. LITTLE and A LITTLE are used with      nouns
  2. FEW and A FEW are used with    nouns
  3. LITTLE and FEW are used in   statements
  4. A LITTLE and A FEW are used in   statements
  5. A LITTLE and A FEW = 
  6. LITTLE and FEW =
 
STEP THREE: CHOOSE THE RIGHT ANSWER
 
  1. I have   time, I am very busy.
  2. I am good at mathematics. Do you need   help with your exercise.
  3. He is a lonely sad boy. He has very   friends.
  4. Do you want   more milk in your tea?
  5. It was a nice anniversary. There were friends and family members.
  6. I have   books about London.


 STEP FOUR: TYPE THE RIGHT WORD IN THE BOX. CHOOSE BETWEEN A LITTLE/ LITTLE/ FEW/ A FEW/ A LOT OF
 
 
1. John is very busy and has a lot of work. He has time to do anything else.
2. I enjoy my life in London. I have friends and we often meet.
3.She is lucky. She has problems.
4.Do you need more time to finish your work?
5.It is a very quiet city. There aren't tourists here.