Expressions of quantity

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Name as many vegetables that you can think of!

Slide 2 - Mind map

tongue.... try saying the word. Repeat after me!!!!

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Read the text "I eat baby food at work"
Read the text on page 40
 exercise 1 on page 40 of your E-book.
Write the answers in your notebook as you might need to answer  question 1,2 or 3

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Answer the questions from exercise 1

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vegtables, spices,
 peas, taste buds, 
a glass of white wine,
sweets, chillies, 
olives, sprouts.

spinach, sugar,
broccoli, milk,
baby food,
chocolate, coffe,
water, red wine.
2. Which ones are countable and which ones are uncountable

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What are we going to do now?
Do exercise 3 on page 41 of your E-book. Use the rest of the lesson time to do this and add a screen shot of  your work to Google Classrooom

Homework  that needs to be done before tomorrow's lesson:
watch the video clip in Google Classroom.

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Tomorrow's lesson

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Some vs. Any.

- Some -> positive, questions that are requests or offers.
- Any -> questions, negatives.
- The rules are the same for words like somewhere, anybody etc.

I'd like some sugar.
Is there any sugar in this tea?
Can I have some cake?
I've got something for you.
There isn't anywhere to go in my town.

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Countable and uncountable nouns.
- What are nouns again?
- What does countable mean? What does uncountable mean?
- Can you give one example of a countable AND an uncountable noun?

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Much vs. Many.
- Much -> uncountable. (questions and negatives)
- Many -> countable. (questions and negatives)

How much money have you got?
I didn't take many photos on holiday?

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A few vs. A little.
- A few -> countable nouns.
- A little -> uncountable nouns.

There are a few biscuits left, but not many.
I only have a little time.

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A lot/lots of.

- A lot/lots of -> countable and uncountable nouns.
There's a lot of butter.
I've got lots of friends.
- A lot/lots of -> questions and negatives.
Are there lots of tourists in your country?
There isn't a lot of butter, but there's enough.

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