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Countable and Uncountable Nouns

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1. Write c for countable and u for uncountable:
   time -          books -        sugar -       milk -       pens -          hair -             chairs -
   meat -         butter -        pencils -     bread -     jam -           friends -        fingers -
  flour -          apples -       oil -             cars -       salt -             houses -          cheese -
  rice -           tea -            games -       tomatoes -    cream -     honey -       carrots -
 a)  a / an + singular countable noun ( a pen, an apple)     some  + plural countable nouns - positive sentences ( There are some cars)
                                                                                      some +  uncountable nouns - positive sentences  ( There is some oil)     
  any - we use any in negative sentences and in most questions.(countable and uncountable nouns)  I don't have any pens. There isn't any salt.      
           Do you have any sisters?
2. Choose a, an, some or any
a)  It is  dog.                             b) Have you got   friends?                      c)  I bought  milk.
d) Linda has not got  pets.        e) There is  orange on the table.              f) Tim eats  cheese every day.
g) We don't have   bread.        h) My brother found  money.                  i) My sister found  pen.
j) Do you have  eggs?             k) There are  students in the classroom.   l) Is there  pencil on the desk?      
 b) how much - we use with uncountable nouns               how many - we use with countable nouns.
3. Choose How  much or How many
a)   cheese do you buy?
b)  books are there in your bag?
c)  films did Tom see last week?
d)  money do you spend every week?
e)  friends does Linda have?
f)  sugar do we need?
g)  tomatoes are there in the fridge?
h)  meat are you going to buy?
i)  milk did you drink yesterday?
j)  apples do you see?