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Learn Countable and Uncountable Nouns

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Today's Intermediate level lesson is by Ian who teaches at our English school in Cape Town. When we want to describe the quantity of something (how many things there are), we use certain quantifiers depending on whether the object being describe is a countable noun or an uncountable noun.

We use quantifiers when we don't need to give the exact amount.

Example:

"I don't have a lot of money." (I have a small amount of money)

"Can I have some rice with my steak?" (A portion of rice)

  • 1. Our teacher gave us ___ homework today.




  • 2. We don't have ___ time left, so we'd better hurry.




  • 3. Do you like to eat ___ vegetables with your dinner?




  • 4. The village has ___ restaurants where you can enjoy a good meal.




  • 5. The hotel doesn't have ___ rooms left.




  • 6. Jenny bought a ___ new jeans when she went shopping.




  • 7. "Hi Mike, do you have ___ money I can borrow?"




  • 8. We've got ___ days left on holiday.




  • 9. You should try to eat ___ fruit every day.




  • 10. "We only have ___ coffee, won't you buy some when you go shopping."