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Count and non-count nouns Basic 6

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Watch and revise:

much or many video

Language Planet Toluca :

count and non count noun food video

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EGG CARTON by OpenClips
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by dietmaha  retrieved from pixabay.com
CELERY STALKS by dietmaha
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Watch and answer (answers below. scroll down)

Segment one:

  1. How many tomatoes are there?
  2. How much cheese is there?
  3. How many eggs are there?
  4. How much milk is there?
  5. How much celery is there?
  6. Are there any peas?
  7. Is there any pepper?

Segment 2:

  1. Which dessert do they want?
  2. What is the problem?

Segment 3:

  1. What do they want for lunch?
  2. What is the problem?

Segement 4:

  1. Are there any lemons?
  2. Are there any oranges?
  3. Is there any milk?
  4. How much water will Jimmy drink?
  5. How much water is there in the fridge?

 

English media lab:

How many? How much? ESL Question Answer Matching Quiz

Esl Games World :

How many? Sentences Exercise Game

All English.org:

Restaurant conversation: choose the correct word in parentheses

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Answers to video activity:

Segment one:

  1. There is a bag.
  2. There is a piece.
  3. There is a carton.
  4. There is a carton.
  5. There is a stalk.
  6. No, there aren’t any.
  7. Yes, there is.

Segment 2:

  1. Apple pie.
  2. There aren’t any apples.

Segment 3:

  1. Sandwiches.
  2. There isn’t any bread.

Segement 4:

  1. No, there aren’t any.
  2. No, there aren’t any.
  3. No, there isn’t.
  4.  A glass.
  5. A bottle.

 

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