# Quantifiers

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This lesson contains 25 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 2 videos.

Lesson duration is: 30 min

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#### Slide 1 -Slide

Quantifiers
some/any
much/many
(a) few/(a) little
a lot of/lots of

#### Slide 2 -Slide

What is the difference between some and any?

#### Slide 3 -Mind map

Countable or Uncountable
Countable nouns can be counted:
(two) songs / (four) books / (twenty) people
Uncountable nouns cannot be counted:
money / information / time

#### Slide 4 -Slide

Countable nouns
many / a few / few
You can use quantifiers with nouns:

Countable nouns:
much / a few / few

Uncountable nouns:
many / a little / little

Both:
a lot of / lots of / some / any

#### Slide 5 -Slide

some, any
Some = affirmative sentences (positive) + offers
Any = Questions and negations
A lot = Affirmative sentences (positive)
Some and Any

Some = affirmative sentences (positive) + offers
- She has some great songs on her phone.
- Would you like some pizza?

Any = Questions and negations
Are there any pupils who know the answer?
We haven't got any time left.

#### Slide 6 -Slide

much, many & a lot
Much = Uncountable nouns (negative and question)
Many = Countable nouns (negative and question)
A lot = Affirmative sentences (positive)
Much and Many

Much = Uncountable nouns (negative and question)
- How much money do you have left?
- I haven't got much food in my bag.

Many = Countable nouns (negative and question)
- Are there many things you would still like to do?
- We haven't got many animals at home.

#### Slide 7 -Slide

much, many & a lot
Much = Uncountable nouns (negative and question)
Many = Countable nouns (negative and question)
A lot = Affirmative sentences (positive)
A lot of and lots of

These go with everything:
- countable and uncountable nouns
- questions, negations and affirmations

e.g.: There is lots of information here.
e.g.: There aren't a lot of people who can say that.
e.g.: Do you know a lot of English words?

#### Slide 8 -Slide

much, many & a lot
Much = Uncountable nouns (negative and question)
Many = Countable nouns (negative and question)
A lot = Affirmative sentences (positive)
(a) few and (a) little

(a) few = countable nouns (all types of sentences)
e.g.: I've kept a few tests behind for the pupils who were ill.
few (without a) means 'some' (weinig)
e.g.: There are very few tigers left in the world.

(a) little = uncountable nouns (all types of sentences)
e.g.: Can you stay a little while longer?
little (without a) means: not much / many
e.g.: There are little people who know that Canberra is the capital of Australia.

#### Slide 9 -Slide

I should get _____ more milk, we're almost out!
A
Some
B
Any

#### Slide 10 -Quiz

James doesn't like _____thing other than chicken.
A
Some
B
Any

#### Slide 11 -Quiz

Sheila enjoys _____ films but not too many.
A
Some
B
Any

#### Slide 12 -Quiz

What is the difference between much and many?

#### Slide 13 -Mind map

When do we use "a lot"? (what does it mean?)

#### Slide 14 -Mind map

How _____ money do you have left?

#### Slide 15 -Open question

Lisa has _______ figurines at home.

#### Slide 16 -Open question

James doesn't like ____ people at his house.

#### Slide 17 -Open question

How ______ pairs of shoes do you have?

#### Slide 18 -Open question

What is the difference between few and little?

#### Slide 19 -Mind map

1) She has ____ people that know her well. She only trusts two person.
2) I have _____ pieces of cake left, do you want one?
4) You need _______ more sugar to make it taste even better!
Few
A few
Little
A little

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