Countable - Uncountable nouns
Countable and uncountable nouns, A/AN/SOME/ANY, There is/are and How much/many. I hope you find it useful.
ID: 176 Idioma: inglés Asignatura: English as a Second Language (ESL) Curso/nivel: elementary Edad: 10-17 Tema principal: Countable and uncountable nouns Otros contenidos: a/an/some/any, there is/there are, how much/how many
Thank you so much for sharing, my learners really enjoyed it.
I can’t type in the numbers for the bread and tomato
Hi, This is a great exercise! There are a couple of little mistakes, though: I can't type the numbers on the pictures of the tomato & bread( is it my computer?); in ex. 4, the answer should be "There aren't ANY( crisps)"; & there's a typo in ex. 5( vinegar).
Hello. Thank you for your magnificent worksheets. I have a question about exercise 4 in the worksheet Countable-Uncountable nouns. "No, there ___ any but there is ___ ham ...." I'd say that the correct answer is: "No, there aren't any ..." but this answer was marked as a mistake. What would be the right answer, please? I'd appreciate your kind answer. Thank you, very much.
Ex 4. sentence 3, what is the right answer? I've tried all and negative forms too