Countable/uncountable

Thursday November 23rd
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Today:
We are going to talk about Countable and Uncountable Nouns.
To help you with the script of your food preparation clip.HOMEWORK: PAGE 26 ALL EXERCISES
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Thursday November 23rd
-Read for 10 minutes
Today:
We are going to talk about Countable and Uncountable Nouns.
To help you with the script of your food preparation clip.HOMEWORK: PAGE 26 ALL EXERCISES

Slide 1 - Slide

Today's goals




After this lesson:
- you know the difference between countable & uncountable nouns
- you know when to use much, many, a lot of, some and any

Slide 2 - Slide

Let's listen to yesterday's radio programme again.
- Listen if you can hear the amount of ingredients needed for a healthy fast food meal.

Slide 3 - Slide

Which words are used to talk about the amount of ingredients needed?

Slide 4 - Mind map

Countable & uncountable nouns

Slide 5 - Slide

How many are there?

Slide 6 - Slide

How much is there?

Slide 7 - Slide

Countable & uncountable nouns

Telbare en ontelbare zelfstandige naamwoorden

3 apples --> telbaar. Je kunt de appels tellen

Money --> ontelbaar. Je kunt niet zeggen: '3 money'

Slide 8 - Slide

Meervoud
Singular - enkelvoud
 1 dog, 1 cat

Plural - meervoud
5 dogs, 8 cats

Slide 9 - Slide

Wat zijn countable en uncountable nouns?
Countable nouns: Telbaar (1 bottle -> 2 bottles = many bottles)
Uncountable nouns:(1 water - not 2 waters -> much water)

Woorden die lijken alsof ze countable zijn:
Water, food, bread, money

Slide 10 - Slide

countable & uncountable nouns
Countable= you can count them
1 apple 2 apples - 1 money 2 money
apple
shirt
table
glass
dollar
money
water
love
milk

Slide 11 - Slide

Countable & uncountable nouns from the text
Countable
Uncountable
photos
magazine
window
music
time
weddings
market
outfit
money

Slide 12 - Drag question

Practise
Grammar focus
ex 2 page 26
timer
3:30

Slide 13 - Slide

Quantifiers - Rules
Much/Many
  • Als je een woord kunt tellen, gebruik je many 
  •  There are many apples in that bag.

  • Als je een woord niet kunt tellen, gebruik je much/ a lot
  • I don't have much money/ I don't have a lot of money.

  • Je gebruikt much en many (veel) alleen bij vragen (?) en ontkennende zinnen (-)
  •  We don't have much milk left/ Are there many potatoes in the dish?

  • Much en many worden ook gebruikt in bevestigende zinnen in combinatie met  too en so (+) 
  • I ate too much/ There is so much to eat.





Slide 14 - Slide

Quantifiers - Rules
a lot/some/any


  • Je gebruikt a lot of (veel) alleen bij positieve zinnen (+)
  • I like to eat a lot of strawberries

  • Je gebruikt some (een paar) alleen bij positieve zinnen (+) of beleefde vragen (?)
  •  You need to chop some onions./ Can I have some tea, please?

  • Je gebruikt any (geen) alleen bij vragen (?) en ontkennende zinnen (-)
  •  Is there any cheese in the refrigerator?/ We don't have any chocolate.




Slide 15 - Slide

How .... water do you drink a day?
A
much
B
many

Slide 16 - Quiz

I don't drink .... water during the day.
A
some
B
any

Slide 17 - Quiz

I do drink ..... glasses of milk when I have breakfast.
A
any
B
some
C
much
D
a lot

Slide 18 - Quiz

How ..... milk do you drink during breakfast?
A
much
B
many
C
any
D
a lot

Slide 19 - Quiz

Would you like to have ..... tea?
A
any
B
much
C
a lot
D
some

Slide 20 - Quiz

Are there ..... cookies to go with my cup of tea?
A
some
B
any
C
much
D
a lot

Slide 21 - Quiz

There are ...... of different cookies to choose from.
A
much
B
many
C
a lot
D
any

Slide 22 - Quiz

I understand the difference between countable and uncountable nouns and when to use quantifiers (much, many,any, some and a lot).
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Slide 23 - Poll

Tell me on what level you want to practise with the quantifiers.
A
I think it's hard and would like extra explanation
B
I think I understand and would like to try some exercises on my own.
C
I think this is easy, so give me the hardest exercise you have!

Slide 24 - Quiz

Let's practise:
Do the extra exercises. Need help, please ask!
Done? Check the answers on Magister.
Let me know how many mistakes you had and what you did wrong.

Slide 25 - Slide