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Κυριακή, 12 Αυγούστου 2012

UNIT 3 THERE IS/THERE ARE/THIS/THAT/SOME/ANY/PLURALS/COUNTABLE/UNCOUNTABLE


UNIT 5 THERE IS / THERE ARE, SOME – ANY, PLURALS, THIS – THAT

1) Write the plurals.
1. one apple – two apples
2. one bird – two ……………
3. one shoe – two ……………
4. one dolphin – two ……………
5. one clown – two ……………
6. one spider – two ……………

2) Write in the plural.
1. It is a bird.
They’re birds.
2. He’s a clown.
……………………………………………………………………………
3. You’ve got a friend.
……………………………………………………………………………
4. Look at the bat.
……………………………………………………………………………
5. She is a doctor.
……………………………………………………………………………
6. Look at the shark.
……………………………………………………………………………

3) Write the plurals in the correct columns.
banana, knife, butterfly, tomato, class, toy, wolf, sandwich, lady, baby, bus, spider, scarf, piano, fly
-s
-es
-ies
-ves
Bananas
















4) Write the plurals.
1. a pen – two pens
2. a bus – ten ...............
3. a woman – two ……………
4. a mouse – three ……………
5. a fish – three ……………
6. a tooth – five ……………
7. an ox – four ……………
8. a deer – two ……………
9. a child – two ……………
10. a class – three ……………
11. a foot – two ……………
12. a sheep – ten ……………

5) Write in the plural.
1. It’s a funny film.
They’re funny films.
2. He’s a tall man.
…………………………………………………………………………
3. She’s a good teacher.
…………………………………………………………………………
4. Look at the black sheep.
…………………………………………………………………………
5. I’m a nice girl.
…………………………………………………………………………
6. It’s a pretty baby.
…………………………………………………………………………

6) Read and circle.
1. This / That is a watch.
2. These / Those are strawberries.
3. This / These is a goose.
4. Those / That are mice.
5. This / That is a bowl of soup.

7) Write this, that, these or those.
1. This is a coconut.
2. …………… are jars of jam.
3. …………… is an orange.
4. …………… is a carton of milk.
5. …………… are tomatoes.
6. …………… is a slice of bread.
7. …………… are watermelons.
8. …………… is a jar of honey.
9. …………… is a lemon.
10. …………… are limes.

8) Underline the correct word.
        I’ve got four 1) leg / legs. I 2) has / have got a long tail, too. I’ve got very big 3) tooth / teeth. I 4) am / can swim but I can’t climb 5) tree / trees. My favourite food is 6) meat / meats and fish. You can sometimes see me at a zoo. What 7) are / am ? I’m an alligator.

9) Write the plurals.
1. box – boxes
2. parrot - …………………………
3. banana - …………………………
4. ox - …………………………
5. dolphin - …………………………
6. bus - …………………………
7. glass - …………………………
8. watch - …………………………
9. child - …………………………
10. potato - …………………………
11. butterfly - …………………………
12. boy - …………………………
13. baby - …………………………
14. thief - …………………………
15. foot - …………………………

10) Write the plurals.
1. woman – women
2. goose - …………………………
3. leaf - …………………………
4. sheep - …………………………
5. mouse - …………………………
6. roof - …………………………
7. table - …………………………
8. bus - …………………………
9. child - …………………………
10. knife - …………………………
11. dress - …………………………
12. video - …………………………

11) Write some or any.
1. There is some cake on the table.
2. There aren’t …………… tomatoes in the fridge.
3. Is there …………… sugar in the jar?
4. There are …………… children in the park.
5. Are there …………… books on the table?
6. There isn’t …………… butter in the fridge.
7. There are …………… girls in the classroom.
8. Are there …………… birds in the trees?
9. There aren’t …………… bikes in the street.

12) Write the plural of the words in the correct column.
baby, cake, day, dress, foot, leaf, life, loaf, lorry, person, radio, sheep, story, tomato, toothbrush
-s
-es
-ies
-ves
Irregular


babies













13) Complete. Use the plural of the words in brackets.
1. No, those are wolves. They aren’t dogs. (wolf, dog)
2. How many ………………………… and ………………………… are there? (knife, fork)
3. The ………………………… are in the garden. (child)
4. There are eighty ………………………… on these ………………………… . (book, shelf)
5. We’ve got two ………………………… and ten ………………………… for the salad. (tomato, olive)
6. The ………………………… are in that bowl and the ………………………… are in the fridge. (strawberry, cherry)
7. There are twenty five ………………………… in the room. (person)
8. Mark’s ………………………… are green. (eye)

14) Complete the table.
Singular
Plural
a mouse
four mice
…………… ice cream
three …………………………
…………… church
eight …………………………
…………… orange
five …………………………
…………… leaf
three …………………………
…………… fish
six …………………………
…………… country
twelve …………………………
…………… e-mail
fourteen …………………………
…………… potato
eleven …………………………
…………… umbrella
nine …………………………


15) Rewrite the sentences in the plural.
1. The box is heavy.
The boxes are heavy.
2. She is a good singer.
………………………………………………………………………
3. The exercise is easy.
………………………………………………………………………
4. It’s a fantastic book.
………………………………………………………………………
5. The story is interesting.
………………………………………………………………………
6. He’s an old friend.
………………………………………………………………………
7. It’s a funny photo.
………………………………………………………………………
8. The boy is hungry.
………………………………………………………………………
9. The sandwich is ready.
………………………………………………………………………
10. It’s a new computer.
………………………………………………………………………

16) Circle the correct answer.
1. There’s / There are five oranges in the bowl.
2. There’s / There are a tall tree in the garden.
3. There’s / There are three pens in my bag.
4. There’s / There are a cat on the sofa.
5. There’s / There are a note for you on the desk.
6. There’s / There are four girls in the photo.
7. There’s / There are two T-shirts on your bed.
8. There’s / There are a toy car in the box.

17) Complete. Use there isn’t or there aren’t.
1. There isn’t a TV in my room.
2. ………………………… a cinema near my house.
3. ………………………… two cars in the garage.
4. ………………………… six eggs in this box.
5. ………………………… ten books on this shelf.
6. ………………………… a CD in the CD player.
7. ………………………… a restaurant near here.
8. ………………………… four apples in the fridge.

18) Fill in the missing words.
1. Is there a fence around the garden?
Yes, there is.
2. Is …………… a bike in the garage?
……………, there isn’t.
3. …………… there a cat in the basket?
Yes, …………… is.
4. Is …………… a man in the kitchen?
No, there …………… .
5. …………… there a swan on the lake?
Yes, there …………… .

19) Expand the sentences. Use There is / isn’t, Is there.
1. elephant – at – zoo ?
Is there an elephant at the zoo?
2. park – in – our town
……………………………………………………………………………
3. not – tree – in – our garden
……………………………………………………………………………
4. computer – in – bedroom - ?
……………………………………………………………………………

20) Fill in the singular or the plural.
1. window – windows
2. …………… - shelves
3. box - ……………
4. …………… - tomatoes
5. piano - ……………
6. …………… - babies

21) Choose.
1. I’ve got …………… toys.
a. any     b. some
2. George has got …………… photos.
a. some     b. any
3. The rabbit hasn’t got …………… carrots.
a. some     b. any
4. Have you got …………… cousins?
a. any     b. some
5. Jill’s got …………… batteries.
a. any     b. some
6. The room hasn’t got …………… windows!
a. any     b. some

22) Rewrite the sentences in the plural. Use some or any.
1. Is there a boy in the park?
Are there any boys in the park?
2. There’s a shelf in the kitchen.
……………………………………… in the kitchen.
3. There isn’t a toy on the floor.
……………………………………… on the floor.
4. Is there a rabbit in the garden?
……………………………………… in the garden?
5. There isn’t a pen on your desk.
……………………………………… on your desk.
6. There’s a lemon on the table.
……………………………………… on the table.

23) Choose and write: are, some, got, and, any, a, the, some.
        I’ve got 1) some posters in my bedroom, and I’ve got 2) …………… computer, too. There 3) …………… two chairs next to my desk and 4) …………… books on the shelf. My bed’s under 5) …………… window. I haven’t got 6) …………… armchairs or tables, but I’ve 7) …………… a very nice carpet on the floor. It’s red 8) …………… blue.

24) Choose.
        This is a photo of Annette. She 1) has / is my best friend. Annette hasn’t got 2) some / any cats, but she’s 3) not / got a dog. 4) His / Her dog is black and white, with a long tail. 5) Its / It’s name is Max. 6) We / Our dog is brown. Right now, he’s 7) in / on the garden, 8) next to / between that big tree.

25) Choose a, b or c.
1. Sophia …………… in my class.
a. is     b. has     c. am
2. …………… three tables in the kitchen.
a. They are     b. There are     c. There’s
3. Our cat …………… green eyes.
a. is     b. isn’t     c. has got
4. The children …………… ice creams.
a. has got     b. are     c. have got
5. This is my new skateboard …………… great!
a. is     b.  it’s     c. it has
6. …………… you got my book?
a. Have     b. Are     c. Has

26) Write the long form.
1. That’s my mum over there.
That is my mum over there.
2. Bob’s got five rabbits.
…………………………………………………………………………
3. I’m in the garden.
…………………………………………………………………………
4. They aren’t upstairs.
…………………………………………………………………………
5. He’s ten years old.
…………………………………………………………………………
6. We haven’t got any toys.
…………………………………………………………………………

27) Tick (ü) the correct sentences or cross out and write the extra word.
1. She’s got blue eyes.                                                    ü
2. It’s you’re the ball! Take it!                                      the
3. Mike’s got a fair hair.
4. That it isn’t an apple.
5. Are they at school? No, they aren’t.
6. Has Mary got a dog? Yes, she has got.

28) Write the plural.
1. This tomato is very big.
These tomatoes are very big.
2. The box is on the shelf.
The ………………………… on the …………… .
3. The girl has got a torch.
The ………………………… got some …………… .
4. This baby is very happy.
………………………… very happy.
5. The piano is downstairs.
The ………………………… downstairs.
6. The battery is in the drawer.
The ………………………… in the drawer.

29) Fill in the missing letters.
1. one man – two men
2. one foot – two f_ _ t
3. one tomato – two tomato_ _
4. one child – two child_ _ n
5. one mouse – two m_ _e
6. one shelf – two shel_ _s
7. one tooth – two t_ _th
8. one hobby – two hobb_ _s

30) Unscrable and write the plural.
1. The …………… over there are happy.
a  m  n – man
2. There are three …………… in the classroom.
h  l  d  i  c –
3. This horse has got big, yellow …………… .
h  o  t  t  o –
4. Those …………… is pretty.
m  o  w  n  a –
5. Helen has got very small …………… !
t  o  f  o –

UNIT 6 COUNTABLE – UNCOUNTABLE

1) Put the words in the correct column.
tomato, apple, butter, hair, sandwich, sugar, bread, biscuit, water, pear, cheese, banana
Count Nouns
Non - Count Nouns
Tomato












2) Write some or any.
1. We haven’t got any apples.
2. There’s …………… soup for you.
3. Sue’s got …………… bananas.
4. There isn’t …………… paper on my desk.
5. Have we got …………… butter?
6. Is there …………… juice?

3) Write much / many and is / are.
1. How many pears are there?
2. How …………… bread …………… there?
3. How …………… bananas …………… there?
4. How …………… sandwiches …………… there?
5. How …………… spaghetti …………… there?
6. How …………… money …………… there?

4) Choose.
1. How much sugar / eggs is there?
2. How much fruit / biscuits is there?
3. How many cheese / sandwiches are there?
4. How many tomatoes / spaghetti are there?
5. How much bananas / milk is there?
6. How many apples / bread are there?

5) Look and write. Use a few or a little.
1. flowers – in / vase
There are a few flowers in the vase.
2. vinegar – in/ salad
……………………………………………………………………………
3. water – in / bottle
……………………………………………………………………………
4. carrots – in / fridge
……………………………………………………………………………
5. honey – in / jar
……………………………………………………………………………
6. coffee – in / cup
……………………………………………………………………………

6) Choose.
1. There is / are a little / few books on the shelf.
2. There is / are a little / few milk in the bottle.
3. There is / are a little / few toys in the box.
4. There is / are a little / few glasses of water on the table.
5. There is / are a little / few sugar in the cup.
5. There is / are a little / few potatoes in the basket.

7) Choose and complete: there, little, few, a, much or many.
1. How many potatoes are there?
2. There are …………… few bananas on the table.
3. How …………… butter is there in the fridge?
4. There’s a …………… vinegar in the bottle.
5. How …………… biscuits do you want?
6. I’ve got a …………… apples. Do you want one?

8) Complete the sentences with much or many.
1. We haven’t got much sugar.
2. There aren’t …………… apples in the fridge.
3. He hasn’t got …………… spaghetti.
4. Jane hasn’t got …………… fruit.
5. There isn’t …………… milk in this bottle.
6. I haven’t got …………… shelves in my room.

9) Choose and complete: much, are, many, is, of, lot, a, few.
1. There are a lot of pears in the bowl.
2. There isn’t …………… spaghetti in this packet.
3. There are a …………… of apples on that tree.
4. Peter hasn’t got …………… bananas.
5. You’ve got …………… lot of books in your room!
6. There …………… not much cocoa in the tin.
7. Helen’s got a lot …………… money!
8. John’s got a …………… CDs on his desk.

10) Complete the sentences with there are a lot of or there isn’t much.
1. There are a lot of children at this party.
2. ……………………………………… animals in this zoo.
3. ……………………………………… snow on the mountains.
4. ……………………………………… people on the beach.
5. ……………………………………… water in this bottle.
6. ……………………………………… juice in my glass.

11) Correct the words.
1. We haven’t got many cheese.                                   much
2. There’s many milk in this bottle.                      …………………………
3. There aren’t much apples in the fridge.           …………………………
4. There’s many money in this tin.                        …………………………
5. There isn’t many bread in the cupboard.          …………………………

12) Circle the odd one out.
1. a bag / carton / kilo of sugar
2. a cup / jar / slice of coffee
3. a glass / kilo / bottle of cola
4. a bottle / glass / box of water
5. a slice / glass / loaf of bread
6. a piece / kilo / loaf of meat
7. a glass / carton / jar of juice
8. a piece / box / kilo of cheese
9. a jar / can / slice of honey

13) Choose the correct word and complete the sentences. Then act out.
1.  A: Can I have a cup (cup, piece, carton) of tea, please?
    B: Here you are.
2. A: Here are three …………… (jars, cans, pieces) of cake, all for you.
    B: Thank you, grandma. You’re so kind.
3. A: Can you buy a …………… (bottle, box, kilo) of milk, please?
    B: Sure.
4. A: We need a …………… (bowl, kilo, box) of meat.
    B: OK.
5. A: Can I have a …………… (carton, kilo, glass) of water, please?
    B: Yes, of course.

14) Read and circle the correct phrases.
1. How much / How many trees can you see?
2. How much / How many money have you got?
3. How much / How many eggs are there in the fridge?
4. How much / How many biscuits do you want?
5. How much / How many bread have we got?
6. How much / How many milk is there in the carton?
7. How much / How many boys are there in your class?
8. How much / How many glasses are there on the table?
9. How much / How many butter is there?
10. How much / How many books has he got?

15) Complete the questions.
1. How much milk is there?
2. How many oranges are there?
3. ………………………… bread is there?
4. ………………………… meat is there?
5. ………………………… bananas are there?
6. ………………………… coffee is there?
7. ………………………… tomatoes are there?
8. ………………………… biscuits are there?
9. ………………………… sugar is there?
10. ………………………… potatoes are there?

16) Complete the dialogue with how much, how many, a lot, much or many.
Kelly: Tina, let’s ask Donna to join us for dinner tonight.
Tina: Have we got enough food? 1) How much meat is there in the fridge?
Kelly: Not 2) ………………………… but there are three burgers.
Tina: OK. 3) ………………………… potatoes have we got?
Kelly: 4) ………………………… ! About 5 kilos.
Tina: Great. We can make some chips to go with the burgers. 5) ………………………… apples are there in the fridge? I want to make an apple pie.
Kelly: Not 6) ………………………… . We need to buy some. I can go to the supermarket.
Tina: OK. Let’s call Donna then.

17) Circle the correct word.
1. a / some tea
2. a / some cheese
3. a / some book
4. a / some juice
5. a / some water
6. a / some boy
7. a / some girl
8. a / some bread
9. a / some flag
10. a / some honey
11. a / some milk
12. a / some bird

18) Correct the sentences.
Can I have a jar of milk, please?                             carton
1. They are dark hair.                                       ……………………………      
2. Those is my new scarf.                                 ……………………………
3. Can I have a water, please?                          ……………………………
4. Two cans of bread, please.                           ……………………………
5. Are them your friends?                                ……………………………

19) Write some or any.
1. There is some cake on the table.
2. There aren’t …………… tomatoes in the fridge.
3. Is there …………… sugar in the jar?
4. There are …………… children in the park.
5. Are there …………… books on the table?
6. There isn’t …………… butter in the fridge.
7. There are …………… girls in the classroom.
8. Are there …………… birds in the trees?
9. There aren’t …………… bikes in the street.

20) Underline the correct word.
1. This book is my / mine.
2. Mr Smith is their / theirs teacher.
3. There / It is a vase on the table.
4. This is our / ours house.
5. My / Mine dog is black and white.
6. Can I have a glass / loaf of water?
7. The black skirt is her / hers.
8. This is John’s book. It’s his / her.
9. This car is their / theirs.
10. Dr Black is her / hers doctor.

21) Underline the correct word.
1. The cat is hers / her.
2. The car is your / yours.
3. These / This books are mine.
4. Is there some / any milk?
5. Can I have a / an egg?
6. I want a jar / loaf of jam.
7. There is some / any water in the vase.

22) Complete the sentences. Use there is / there are or how much / how many.
1. There are some eggs in the basket.
2. ………………………… some butter in the fridge.
3. ………………………… knives are there on the table?
4. ………………………… popcorn is there in the box?
5. ………………………… some birds in the tree.
6. ………………………… money do you have?
7. ………………………… a mouse under the bed.
8. ………………………… horses are there in the field?
9. ………………………… some apples in the fridge.
10. ………………………… some flowers in the vase.
11. ………………………… books have you got?

23) Fill in the correct preposition.
        1) On Sundays the children get up 2) …………… 10 o’ clock 3) …………… the morning. They watch TV and then they go to the park. 4) …………… the afternoon they usually go to the cinema. They go to bed 5) …………… 9 o’ clock 6) …………… night.

24) Write the sentences in the plural.
1. This is a ball.
These are balls.
2. That is a fox.
……………………………………………………………………
3. This is a baby.
……………………………………………………………………
4. That is a bed.
……………………………………………………………………
5. That is a bus.
……………………………………………………………………
6. This is a horse.
……………………………………………………………………

25) Fill in the correct word: mine, your, his, hers, its, ours, her, their.
1. The radio is his. (Tom)
2. When is …………… birthday? (you)
3. This book is …………… . (I)
4. …………… house is big. (Pedro & Isabel)
5. These pens are …………… . (Aya & I)
6. These flowers are …………… . (mother)
7. …………… hair is very long. (Camila)
8. That is …………… bed. (cat)

26) Write the words in the correct column.
air, bed, butter, camera, egg, girl, honey, house, juice, kite, lemonade, meat, milk, orange, park, soup
Countable Nouns
Uncountable Nouns

air
















27) Complete. Use a, an or some.
1. There are some people on the boat.
2. My brother has got …………… new camera.
3. There’s …………… cold water in the fridge.
4. That’s …………… old T-shirt.
5. Here are …………… flowers from our garden.
6. There’s …………… food for the dog in that bag.
7. Here’s …………… photo from my birthday party.
8. A fly is …………… insect, right?

28) Circle the correct answer.
1. Have we got some / any cherries?
2. She’s got some / any cousins in Australia.
3. We haven’t got some / any toothpaste.
4. Let’s buy some / any ice cream.
5. Have we got some / any yoghurt?
6. These are some / any photos in the box.
7. Is there some / any juice for me?
8. Here, have some / any cake.

29) Write negative sentences and questions.
1. There’s some salt in the soup.
There isn’t any salt in the soup.
Is there any salt in the soup?
2. He’s got some money.
…………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………
3. There are some chairs in the room.
…………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………
4. There are some plates in the cupboard.
…………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………
5. We’ve got some butter for the cake.
…………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………
6. Mum has got some biscuits for us.
…………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………
7. There’s some tea in that cup.
…………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………
8. They’ve got some friends in Spain.
…………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………

30) Complete. Use a, some or any.
1.  A: Have we got any orange juice?
    B: No, but there’s …………… bottle of apple juice in the fridge.
2. A: There isn’t …………… sugar in this bowl. It’s empty.
    B: There’s …………… sugar in the cupboard, next to the coffee.
3. A: Let’s buy …………… can of cola.
    B: We can’t. We haven’t got …………… money!
4. A: Are there …………… biscuits in that box?
    B: No, but there’s …………… cake over there, on the table.

31) Circle the correct answer.
1. We haven’t got many / much time. We must hurry.
2. There aren’t many / much people here.
3. There isn’t many / much sugar in your tea.
4. There aren’t many / much books on this shelf.
5. She hasn’t got many / much friends.
6. There isn’t many / much coffee in the cupboard.
7. They haven’t got many / much DVDs.
8. I haven’t got many / much money.
9. There isn’t many / much popcorn in this bowl.
10. There aren’t many / much exercises on this page.

32) Complete. Use many or much.
1. There aren’t many houses in this village.
2. There isn’t …………… food in the house. Let’s go to a restaurant.
3. Have we got …………… homework for tomorrow?
4. There aren’t …………… games on this computer.
5. We haven’t got …………… lemonade.
6. Are there …………… photos in that book?
7. Have you got …………… friends in London?
8. There isn’t …………… salt in the salad.
9. I haven’t got …………… songs for my MP3 player.
10. There isn’t …………… coffee in that cup.

33) Complete. Use how many or how much.
1. How many hamburgers can you eat?
2. ………………………… salt is there in this soup?
3. ………………………… windows are there in the room?
4. ………………………… cheese have we got?
5. ………………………… bags can you carry?
6. ………………………… flour have we got?
7. ………………………… honey is there in the jar?
8. ………………………… pencils are there in the drawer?

34) Write questions. Use how many or how much.
1.   A: How much milk have we got?
     B: We’ve got a lot of milk.
2.  A: ………………………………………………………………………………
     B: There are five people in the car.
3.  A: ………………………………………………………………………………
     B: I’ve got six eggs.
4.  A: ………………………………………………………………………………
     B: We’ve got a lot of time.
5.  A: ………………………………………………………………………………
     B: There’s a lot of rice in that bowl.
6.  A: ………………………………………………………………………………
     B: I’ve got ten T-shirts.
7.  A: ………………………………………………………………………………
     B: He’s got three brothers.
8.  A: ………………………………………………………………………………
     B: We’ve got lots of cheese.
9.  A: ………………………………………………………………………………
     B: There are five apples in the fridge.
10. A: ……………………………………………………………………………
     B: There’s a lot of water in the bottle.

35) Circle the correct answer.
1. There are a lot of / much e-mails for me today.
2. There aren’t lots / many oranges on that tree.
3. There isn’t a lot / much ice cream in the bowl.
4. John’s got lot of / much cousins.
5. There’s a lot of / many rice in the cupboard.
6. Are there a lot / many parks in your town?
7. We’ve got lots of / many homework!
8. There isn’t a lot / much sugar in the bowl.

36) Complete. Use how many or how much. Then circle the correct answer.
1.  A: How much butter have we got?
    B: Not many. / Not much.
2. A: …………………… sweets have you got?
    B: A lot. / Not much.
3. A: …………………… pancakes are there?
    B: Not many. / Not much.
4. A: …………………… tea have we got?
    B: Not many. / Not much.
5. A: …………………… sandwiches are there?
    B: A lot. / Not much.
6. A: …………………… soap have we got?
    B: A lot. / Not much.
7. A: …………………… jam have we got?
    B: A lot. / Not many.
8. A: …………………… balloons are there?
    B: Not many. / Not much.

37) Complete. Use a few or a little.
1. Please get a few bottles of soda from the supermarket.
2. Let’s listen to …………………… music.
3. We’ve got …………………… cheese. Let’s make two sandwiches.
4. Look. There are …………………… empty seats over there.
5. I’ve got …………………… old comics in that box.
6. There’s …………………… cola in that bottle.
7. Let’s buy …………………… balloons for the party.
8. I’ve got …………………… money. We can buy two tickets.

38) Circle the correct answer.
1. There are a few / a little apples on the kitchen table.
2. Can I have a few / a little orange juice, please?
3. We’ve got a lot of / a few butter, I think.
4. There are lots of / a little bananas in that bowl.
5. We’ve got a few / a little time. Let’s go for a short walk.
6. There are a few / a little posters on the wall.
7. There’s a lot of / a few salt in this soup!
8. Let’s make a few / a little strawberry jam.

39) Rewrite the sentences. Use a few or a little.
1. We haven’t got much cola in the fridge.
We’ve got a little cola in the fridge.
2. There aren’t many photos in that box.
There are …………………………………………………………
3. She hasn’t got many friends here.
She’s got …………………………………………………………
4. James hasn’t got much money.
James has got …………………………………………………
5. I haven’t got many CDs.
I’ve got ……………………………………………………………
6. There isn’t much ketchup in the bottle.
There’s ……………………………………………………………

40) Circle the correct answer.
1. Have you got …………… questions?
a. many     b. much     c. lot of
2. There are a …………… people at the bus stop.
a. many     b. lots     c. lot of
3. How …………… honey have we got?
a. many     b. much     c. little
4. Here’s a …………… cocoa.
a. few     b. lot     c. little
5. Is there …………… butter in these biscuits?
A. many     b. much     c. few
6. There are …………… magazines on the desk.
a. much     b. a few     c. a little
7. There’s …………… of ice cream for everyone.
a. lots     b. lot     c. a little
8. I’ve got …………… computer games.
a. much     b. lots     c. a few
9. There isn’t …………… cheese in the fridge.
a. much     b. lots     c. little
10. How …………… cousins have you got?
a. many     b. much     c. few
11. We can buy …………… things with £25.
a. much     b. a lot of     c. a little.
12. There’s …………… tea in the pot.
a. many     b. lots     c. a little

41) Complete. Use possessive adjectives.
1. Is that Michael’s brother? What’s his name?
2. I’m Kim and these are …………… friends, Angela and Nick.
3. We’re from the US. …………… house is in New York.
4. That’s my sister. …………… name is Ella and she’s twelve years old.
5. I can’t e-mail them. I haven’t got …………… e-mail address.
6. Look at the baby hippo! …………… eyes are closed!
7. Hi, I’m Amanda. What’s …………… name?

42) Rewrite the sentences. Use possessive pronouns.
1. That’s my MP3 player.
That MP3 player is mine.
2. Those aren’t their bikes.
…………………………………………………………………
3. This is her T-shirt.
…………………………………………………………………
4. That isn’t our car.
…………………………………………………………………
5. These are your books.
…………………………………………………………………
6. Those are his keys.
…………………………………………………………………
7. This isn’t my pen.
…………………………………………………………………

43) Write sentences. Use have got.
1. you / the key ?
Have you got the key?
2. we / any milk
…………………………………………………………………
3. your brother / a camera ?
…………………………………………………………………
4. I / a new mobile phone
…………………………………………………………………
5. she / green eyes
…………………………………………………………………
5. they / three children
…………………………………………………………………

44) Complete. Use can or can’t.
1. Can you play the piano? (you / play)
2. He ………………………… with us. He’s busy. (come)
3. You ………………………… my laptop. Here it is. (use)
4. ………………………… your camera? (we / take)
5. Yes, of course I ………………………… ! (dance)
6. They ………………………… their bags. Where are they? (find)

45) Complete. Use how many or how much.
1. How many girls are there in your class?
2. ………………………… time have we got?
3. ………………………… CDs has he got?
4. ………………………… pieces of cake can you eat?
5. ………………………… coffee is there?
6. ………………………… tickets can we buy?
7. ………………………… sugar have we got?

46) Circle the correct answer.
1. We’ve got some glasses but we haven’t got many / much plates.
2. There are a few / a little chairs in the living room.
3. There isn’t many / much flour in the bowl.
4. There are a lot of / a little photos of you in that album.
5. Can I have a few / a little water, please?
6. He hasn’t got many / much money with him.
7. There are a lot of / much eggs in this cake.

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