Countable/Uncountable
Countable / Uncountable
Some or Any
Much / Many
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100

Is this a countable or uncountable noun?

Dog

Countable.

There are a few dogs in the room. 

100

Sand

Uncountable

100

There is _____ sugar on the table.

There is SOME sugar on the table.

100
There are _____ students in the school.
There are MANY students in the school.
100

There are _______ cars in the parking lot.

There are A LOT OF cars in the parking lot.

200

Is this a countable or uncountable noun?

Rice

Uncountable.

There is some rice in the cooker. 

200
bananas

Countable

200

Do you have _____ pieces of candy left?

Do you have ANY pieces of candy left?

200
I have _____ pairs of shoes!
I have MANY pairs of shoes!
200

Here is _______ money for you.

Here is A LITTLE money for you.

300

Is this a countable or uncountable noun?

Desk

Countable.

There are many desks in the office.

300

Money

Uncountable

300
My brother never does _____ chores.
My brother never does ANY chores.
300
There is not _____ time left.
There is not MUCH time left.
300

I had _______ juice to drink this morning.

I had A LITTLE juice to drink this morning.

400

Is this a countable or uncountable noun?

Paper

Both.

There are a few papers to grade. (countable)

Could you pass me some paper please? (uncountable)

400

Fish

Countable

400
Would you like _____ milk?
Would you like SOME milk?
400
There is so _____ homework to do.
There is so MUCH homework to do.
400

Joe bought _______ flowers for Jane.

Joe bought  A LOT OF flowers for Jane.

500

Is this a countable or uncountable noun?

Cheese

Uncountable.

There is a little cheese in the refrigerator. 

500

Children

Countable

500

He does not have _____ friends in Rome.

He does not have ANY friends in Rome.

500
I feel _____ better now.
I feel MUCH better now.
500

I need _______ points to win the game.

I need A LOT OF POINTS to win the game.

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