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Countable and Uncountable Nouns Exercise 1. Are these nouns countable or uncountable? Circle the correct answer: 1. Rice countable / uncountable. 2. Chair.

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Countable and Uncountable Nouns Exercise 1. Are these nouns countable or uncountable? Circle the correct answer: 1. Rice countable / uncountable. 2. Chair.

Nouns – countable and uncountable - Learn English Kids

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grapes water pasta juice eggs bread sandwich cheese tomatoes. Use 'some' with plural countable nouns and uncountable nouns. I've got some bananas and ...

food – countable and uncountable nouns - English Cecytem 2

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FOOD – COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS. COUNTABLE ... Exercise. Relaxation. Abbey gets up at 7:00 am, feeds the dog, and has cereal and a ...

Countable and uncountable nouns - Learn English Teens

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Some nouns in English are countable - we can use them in singular and plural forms; and some are uncountable - they only have one form. Grammar snacks: ...

Countable and uncountable nouns – exercises - Learn English Teens

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Daisy needs. new phone. Grammar videos: Countable and uncountable nouns – exercises. Watch the video and read the conversation between. Sophie and ...

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uncountable nouns. I haven't got any oranges or any milk. Have you got any pears or any juice? 2. Where does it go? Write the words from exercise 1 in the ...

Grammar test – Nouns – countable and uncountable - Learn English ...

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There is some milk in the fridge. There is some milks in the fridge. b. He's got a grapes for a snack. He's got any grapes ...

Countable/Uncountable Nouns

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10. Unit. 14. Unit. 15. Unit. 11. Unit. 12. Unit. Review 3. Review 4. Final Test. 13 ... Use some in affirmative sentences with countable and uncountable nouns.

Countable / Uncountable nouns

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Nouns in English can be countable or uncountable. Countable nouns: • are things we can count, a dog five pencils.

Countable and Uncountable Nouns - UsingEnglish.com

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countable noun (just countable noun with nothing added) a uncountable noun uncountable noun s. Find examples of each of the correct ones above in the ...

Countable and Uncountable Nouns - GrammarTOP.com

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Some more examples of countable nouns: car, man, bottle, house, key, idea, accident dog, cat, animal, man, person cup, ...

Countable and Uncountable Nouns - Bank Street

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What about these words? Are they countable or uncountable? Write C or U next to each word. traffic , leaf , music , flower , money , car , banana , toothpaste , dirt.

Using Countable and Uncountable Nouns - Hunter College

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Common nouns can be categorized as countable or uncountable; ... Money and gossip are also interesting examples of uncountable nouns because, of course, ...

Countable/Uncountable nouns - Inspiration | Macmillan

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1 Is there any milk? a) Yes, there is. b) Yes, there are. 2 a) Would you like a water? b) Would you like some water? 3 a) There isn't any bananas. b) There aren't ...

Grammar: Countable vs uncountable nouns - Onestopenglish

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Bread: ___________loaf/ loaves of bread. Sugar: ___________bag/ bags of sugar. Lettuce: __________head/ heads of lettuce. Apple juice:_________bottle/ ...

Countable and Uncountable Nouns- Kitchen ... - UsingEnglish.com

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Countable and Uncountable Nouns- Kitchen Shopping Roleplay Discussion ... cucumber, garlic, grape, green bean, green pepper, lettuce, mushroom/ ...

Countable and uncountable nouns – exercises - LearnEnglish Teens

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Daisy needs. new phone. Grammar videos: Countable and uncountable nouns – exercises. Watch the video and read the conversation between. Sophie and ...

Countable / Uncountable: A noun can be countable or uncountable ...

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A noun can be countable or uncountable. Countable. Uncountable. Countable nouns are things we can count. A countable ... How much money is in a bank? 6.

www.perfect-english-grammar.com Present Perfect Mixed Exercise 2

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Make the present perfect simple. Choose positive, negative or question: 1. (she / pass the exam?) 2. (you / eat lunch ...

www.perfect-english-grammar.com Present Perfect Mixed Exercise 1

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Present Perfect Mixed Exercise 1. Make the present perfect - choose positive, negative or question: 1. (I / go / to the library ... 6. (we / not / hear that song already) ...

Nouns - Perfect English Grammar

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nouns. It's really important to know if a noun is countable or uncountable, because it changes ... Here's a list of some uncountable nouns that we often use:.

Countable or uncountable - IS MU

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Uncountable nouns have only one form: money the money my money some money much money etc. I've got some money. There isn't much money in the box.

countable and uncountable

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some uncountable nouns have a different countable word. • bread - a loaf. • money - a note, a coin. • travel - a journey, a trip. • luggage - a bag, a case. • work - a ...

Countable / uncountable

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Grammar countable/ uncountable nouns. New English File Teacher's Book Elementary ... Test your memory. Cover the sentences. Look at the picture and say ...

Countable and uncountable - MAFIADOC.COM

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countable and uncountable nouns (1):basic information 148 ... Many things (e.g. rice, grapes) can be seen either as a collection of separate elements or as a ...

A Little and A Few Exercise - Perfect English Grammar

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Choose a little / little / a few / few: 1. I have ______ water left. There's enough to share. 2. I have ______ good friends. I'm not lonely. 3. He has ______ education ...

Do / Does / Am / Is / Are? Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

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www.perfect-english-grammar.com. May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Do / Does / Am / Is / Are? Exercise 1. Choose: is / are / do / does. 1.

Causatives Exercise 1: Have / Get Something Done - Perfect English ...

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Change these examples into the structure 'have object past participle' or 'get object past participle'. For example: I cleaned my kitchen (have) → I had my kitchen cleaned. 1. I washed my ... I got my bedroom painted. 7. I had my fridge ...

Some and Any Exercise 2 - Perfect English Grammar

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In London in the winter there's hardly ______ sunlight. 11. Go into ______ shop on the high street and ask [it doesn't matter which shop]. 12. Would you ...

Some and Any Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

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Some / Any / ' o Article' Exercise 1. (This is an extract from my book: 'A' and 'The' Explained). Fill the gap with 'some' or 'no article' (Ø). 1. Can you buy ______ ...

So and Such Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

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So and Such Exercise 1. Put in 'so' or 'such': 1. They were ______ happy that they started dancing. 2. He speaks Chinese ______ well! 3. Julie is ______ a ...

Be Used To Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

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May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Be Used To Exercise 1. Make sentences using 'be used to verb-ing' or 'be used to noun / pronoun'.

Wish Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

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I wish things were different! Make sentences using 'wish' past simple about the things I don't like. You can put in 'that' if you want ...

Ever and Never Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

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www.perfect-english-grammar.com. May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Ever and Never Exercise 1. Choose 'ever' or 'never'. 1. This is the only ...

'So' and 'Neither' Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

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Jenny: Sarah loves chocolate. Me: So do I. 2. Jenny: I can't play the piano. Me: Neither can I.

There Is / There Are Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

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There Is / There Are Exercise 1. Change these (strange!) sentences so that you use 'there the correct tense of be': 1. Two apples are on the table.