a/an, some, any
SOME - ANY - A / AN - MUCH - MANY (REVIEW)
WHAT IS THERE IN THE FRIDGE? FOOD+THERE IS/THERE ARE+QUANTIFIERS (SOME-ANY-A/AN-MUCH- MANY)+QUANTITIES (KEY+B&W VERSION INCLUDED)
Grammar Review for Beginners - 3-page review, 14 different exercises, fully editable, with keys included
"SOME - ANY- A - AN / HOW MUCH...? - HOW MANY...?"
Complete the sentences with a/an, some
Kevin: Mum, what do we have in the fridge? Are there
Mum: No, there aren't
apples, but there are
Kevin: Can I have
Mum: There aren't
, but you can have
orange. Would you like that?
(at the supermarket)
John: Well, what do we need?
Anne: I'm not sure, next time we'll make
John: Let me think, is there
Anne: Yes, I think there's
in the cupboard. But we haven't got
John: I think we also need
fruit. I checked the fridge before coming and we only have
Anne: Right. And we also need
vegetables. Let me think...Yes, we need
John: Oh, and there isn't
sugar. I'll go and get
(at the restaurant)
Waiter: Are you ready to order?
Marian: I haven't decided yet. What about you, Sam?
Sam: I'll have
Waiter: And for drink?
Sam: I'll drink
Waiter: Sparkling or still?
Sam: Sparkling, please.
Waiter: And for the lady?
Marian: I think I'll have
boiled vegetables and
Waiter: Would you like something to drink?
Marian: I'll have
glass of wine, please.
(at the doctor's)
Doctor: Mrs Wilson, you have to do more exercise, you need to lose
Mrs Wilson: What should I eat, then?
Doctor: For breakfast, you can have
cup of tea or
orange. You can also have
toast with jam, but you can't have
Mrs Wilson: And for lunch?
Doctor: For lunch, you can have
grilled fish or
beef steak and
Mrs Wilson: Can I have
Doctor: Yes, but not much. And for dinner, you can have
grilled chicken and
Mrs Wilson: And for dessert? Can I have
Doctor: No, Mrs Wilson, you can't have
muffins and you shouldn't eat
sweets or cakes at all.