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Countable and uncountable nouns Class: 9 a Date: 16. 02.2013
The aim of the lesson 1. Countable and uncountable nouns 2. Using some/any
Compare these two lists of nouns A: Coin, detail, suitcase, job, chair B: Money, information, luggage, work, furniture
Countable nouns Minute – minutes, boy – boys, leaf – leaves Child – children, mouse – mice, man – men A sheep – nine sheep, one salmon-four salmon How many? How many biscuits would you like?
1. Ask the question How much…? How much water do you want? 2. Use some or any I have some information for you. Have you got any mineral water Uncountable nouns
Something specific and individual I’d like a glass of water (count.) Windows are made from glass (uncoun.) Would you like a coffee? Where does coffee come from?
Using some SOME - affirmative sentences for uncountable nouns/plural count. nouns There’s some water in the bottle. Some friends are coming round tonight. Some –in offers and requests. Would you like some fruit? Can I have some sugar, please?
Using any Any – in negative sentences. He hasn’t got any money or friends. There isn’t any milk. Any – in questions. Have you got any notes from the last lesson?
Complete the sentence with some or any and a word from the box. chairs people petrol news apples aspirins wine ink programmers housework 1. The meeting was very short because there weren’t any chairs in the room. 2. There isn’t left in the printer cartridge. Can you buy a new one? 3. I’ve got for you. I passed the exam! 4. hate studying but I quite enjoy it. 5. There is left in the bottle if you want some: 2004 was a good year for Rioja. 6. I couldn’t find in the market so I bought these pears. 7. TV in this country is awful. I haven’t seen interesting recently. 8. I need to buy . The tank is nearly empty. 9. If you go to the chemist, can you buy ? I’ve got a headache. 10. I always cook the dinner and wash up. You never do !