Nouns & Quantifiers

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Nouns & Quantifiers by Mind Map: Nouns & Quantifiers

1. We use (a lot of) with both uncountable and plural countable nouns in positive sentence. You can also use the expression “lots of “

1.1. Ex: We’ve got a lot of bread

1.2. Ex: There are a lot of envelopes on the table

2. a lot of/lots/plenty

2.1. They are used to:plural nouns and a plural verb. Uncountable nouns and a singular verb

2.1.1. Ex:there were a lot of people at the lecture

3. Countable Nouns

3.1. Most Nouns have a singular and plural form. We call these countable Nouns because they can be counted so we can use a numeral before them (tow,three,four)

4. Uncountable Nouns

4.1. Some Nouns have only a singular form. We call them uncountable Nouns because we can’t use a numeral before them (tow,three,four) or the indefinite article {a-an}

5. any

5.1. We use (any) with uncountable and plural countable nouns in negative sentence and in questions.

5.1.1. Ex: There isn’t any tea coffee but there is some tea.

6. Some

6.1. We use (some) with uncountable and plural countable nouns in positive sentence and in question for offers and for requests.

6.1.1. Ex: Would you like some cola?

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8. High

8.1. Ex:how much sugar do you need?

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