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music

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uncountable
information
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table

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cloud

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uncountable

water

countable
uncountable

pineapple

countable
uncountable

coffee

countable
uncountable

spinach

countable
uncountable

grade

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year

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uncountable

advice

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horse

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uncountable

coal

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uncountable

cotton�

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notebook

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agency

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1. There is ________ big book on the table. 2.He gave me _______ good advice. 3.We don't have ________ news today.
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4. Would you like _______ tea? 5. Do you have ______ brothers? 6. Could you get _____ information?
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7. Are there _____ agencies in this town? 8. Does he need _____ help? 9. I would like ______ white cups.
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6. Let me give you �pieces of advice.
7.�Add just �milk to my coffee.
8. He has �knowledge on this matter.
9. Do you take � or much sugar with your tea?
10. I could see �of my books in his bag.
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1. Quick! I have �time for the game.
2. We have only �friends in New York.
3. I could do with �money.
4. She saw �boys in front of her house.
5. They live �miles away from us.
Choose the correct option.
1. I don't�take �meat in my diet.
2. How �pocket money do you get a week?
3. Look! We don't have �milk for our baby!
4. Sally loves when she has �guests for her birthday.
5. They can't give us �information about that shop.
6. Do you buy �books at the beginning of the school year?
7. Tom loves to eat�ice cream when it is hot.
8. Have you got �homework every day?
9. Are there �single parents in your town?
10.There is �unemployment in our country.
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�When Kate got home from work today she was very hungry. She opened the fridge and became very upset. There was nothing to eat. She sat down and made a shopping list. ���������������������������
She needed some lettuce, some carrots, some milk, some eggs, some tomatoes, some chicken and some bread.
When she got to the supermarket she got very dissapointed. There wasn't/weren't any lettuce. There wasn't/weren't any carrots. There weren't/wasn'tany milk. There wasn't/�weren't any eggs. There weren't/wasn't any tomatoes. There wasn't/weren't any chicken and there wasn't/weren't any bread. ����
���������� She came home even more tired and upset. She didn't have any dinner but went to bed as soon as she entered her house.
To be more precise instead of some you can say how we usually buy these food items.
Match the food items with� how�they are�usually packed or sold.
a) a head of���
b) a bunch of
c) a quart of
d) a dozen
e) a pound of
f) half a pound of
g) a loaf of
1. eggs
2. carrots
3. chicken
4. milk
5. tomatoes
6. bread
7. lettuce
Homework
Watch the video and prepare a talk answering the questions from the video that are true for you.
Good luck,
Teacher Mira