Quantity expressions English III.

EXERCISES. ENGLISH  III

Much or many? Much and many exercises

 

“much” – uncountable

Use “how much…?” with uncountable nouns: tea, water, sand…

 

“many” – countable

Use “how many…?” with countable nouns: cow, horse, pen, car…

 

Examples:

 

How much milk do you want?

Is there much sugar in my tea?

How many pupils are in this class?

How many books do you buy?

 

 

 

  How  players are in a team?
  Do you buy  bread?
  How  money do you get?
  How  books are on the table?
  Are there  big houses in London?
  How  pupils go to England?
  How  sugar do you want in your tea?
  How  people live in London?
  Have we got  coffee?

 

 

 

Much or many? Much and many exercises

 

“much” – uncountable

Use “how much…?” with uncountable nouns: tea, water, sand…

 

“many” – countable

Use “how many…?” with countable nouns: cow, horse, pen, car…

 

Examples:

How much milk do you want?

Is there much sugar in my tea?

How many pupils are in this class?

How many books do you buy?

 

Fill in ‘much’ or ‘many’.

 

  How  cars can you see in the street?
  Has he got  money in his pencilcase?
  How  homework do we get?
  How  eggs are in the refrigerator?
  How  jobs do you want?
  How  information do we get?
  How  pupils teachers work in this school?
  How  does it cost?
  How  people live in London?

 

Much or many?

 

“much” – uncountable

Use “how much…?” with uncountable nouns: tea, water, sand…

 

“many” – countable

Use “how many…?” with countable nouns: cow, horse, pen, car…

 

Examples:

 

How much milk do you want?

How many books do you buy?

 

  Fill in ‘much’ or ‘many’.

 

    tea
    cows
    trousers
    money
    workers
    windows
    fun
    supermarkets
    trouble

 

 

 little…” and  “a few …” –

 

 

“a little…” 

Use a little with nouns you cannot count.

 

There is little tea left.

 

“a few …”

“(A) few …” Use a few with countable nouns.

 

I meet a few friends.

 

 

 

  Are there any restaurants in this village? Yes, .
  Does Sandy want sugar in her tea? Yes, .
  It’s warm in this room. I need  fresh air.
  Have you got any pencils? Yes, .
  Does Ann speak German? Yes, .
  We must go home. There are  buses after 10 o’clock.
  I’ve got many T-shirts. I only like  of them.
  We only need  money in this shop.
  Danny speaks  words of Dutch.

 

a little…”  and  “a few …”

 

“a little…” 

Use a little with nouns you cannot count. Examples: water, milk, sand, air.

 

“a few …”

“(A) few …” Use a few with plurals. Examples: a few pounds, a trees a few boys, a few girls, a few stones, a few cars.

 

 
  It’s raining. There are  people in the street.
  Dad, I’m hungry. There is  food in the fridge.
  An English test, we need  luck.
  Mr Turner needs  time to start his car.
  Tom, would you like some potatoes? Yes, .
  Would you like sugar in your tea? Yes, .
  Jack has got  friends.

 

 

a little…”   and  “a few …”  English grammar

 

“a little…” 

Use a little with nouns you cannot count. Examples: water, milk, sand, air.

 

 

“a few …”

“(A) few …” Use a few with plurals. Examples: a few pounds, a trees a few boys, a few girls, a few stones, a few cars.

 

  Fill in a little or a few.

 

  Sally writes a fewa little letters.
  Tom drinks a fewa little coke.
  I saw him a fewa little minutes ago.
  Would you like some meat? Yes, a fewa little.
  Does Ann speak German? Yes, a fewa little.
  Have you got any stamps. Yes, a fewa little.
  Robert has got a fewa little friends.
  They have got a fewa little money.
  I’ve got a fewa little books.

 

 

 Check answer

Mr Tobbs speaks ____ words of English.

Complete the sentences with the words below.

 

Are there any restaurants in this village? Yes, ______.

Does Joan want sugar in her tea? Yes, _____.

It’s warm in this room. I need _____ fresh air.

He only needs _____ money this week.

Sally has got many T-shirts. I only like _____ of them.

Have you got any pencils? Yes, _____.
Does Mrs Gibbson speak German? Yes, _____.

You must go home. There are _____buses after 11 o’clock.

a little

a few

a few

a few

a little

a little

a little

a few

a few

 

 

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