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10A: Do you have ______ jokes to tell us? B: Yes, ______.

7A: Did you like my present? B: Yes, I use it ______.

5A: Did ______ see you? B: ______ saw me.

3A: Have you got anything to read? B: Yes, I have ______ magazines.

1We are really busy now. I have ______ time to spend with my family. Choose TWO correct options

 

much, many, little, few, some, any, no – table

 

 

many/much

 

many for countable, much for uncountable in (?) and (-)

 
We use many before plural (countable) nouns and much before uncountable nouns. We use them in negative sentences and questions. We don’t often use them in affirmative sentences.

  • There isn’t

    much coffee

    in the jar.

  • Were there

    many people

    in the party?

 

too much/too many, so much/so many

 
Note that we don’t normally use much/many in affirmative sentences, but we can use too much and too many or so much and so many in affirmative sentences.

  • There’s

    too much salt

    in the soup.

  • You eat

    too many biscuits

    .

  • There were

    so many people

    that we had to leave.

  • He ate

    so much cake

    that it made him sick. 

 

how much/how many

 
We use how many and how much to ask about quantity.

  • How many concerts

    have you ever been to?

  • How much coffee

    have you had today?

 

a lot of/lots of/plenty of

 

Before both countable and uncountable

 
We use a lot of, lots of (more informal), or plenty of before both plural (countable) and uncountable nouns. We normally use them in positive sentences.

  • She spends

    a lot of time

    watching TV.

  • We had

    lots of good

    moments together.

  • We’ve got

    plenty of time

 

of before noun; no of at the end of sentence

 
We must always use a lot of or lots of including of at the end. However, we can use the expressions a lot or lots (without of) at the end of a sentence.

  • ‘How many beers did you have?’ ‘I don’t know; I had

    lots/a lot

    .’

  • I like her 

    a lot

    .

  • I don’t want any more cake, thanks. I’ve had

    plenty

 

(a) few/(a) little/a bit of

 

few for countable; little for uncountable

 
We use (a) few before plural (countable) nouns and (a) little or a bit of (more informal) before uncountable nouns in affirmative, negative and interrogative sentences.

  • I have to do

    a few things

    this afternoon.

  • He always gets good results with very

    little effort

    .

  • Can you put

    a bit of sugar

    in the tea.

 

few or a few? little or a little?

 
A few means ‘some but not many; enough’, and a little means ‘some but not much; enough’ .

Few means ‘almost none; not enough’.

Normally, the difference between a few/little (WITH a) and few/little (WITHOUT a) is that a few/little is positive in meaning, and few/little is negative. Compare:

  • There’s

    little milk

    in the fridge; we have to buy more. (=Not enough; we need more)

  • ‘Shall I buy some beers?’ ‘No, it’s OK, there are

    a few

     in the fridge.’ (=Enough; we don’t need more)

  • ‘Do you speak English?’ ‘

    No

    , I speak very

    little English

    .’ (=Negative)

  • ‘Do you speak English?’ ‘

    Yes

    , I speak

    a little English

    .’ (=Positive)

 

some/any/no

 

some in (+) and any in (?) and (-)

 
We use some in affirmative sentences and any in negative sentences and questions.

  • There isn’t 

    any sugar

    in the cupboard.

  • Have you got

    any new friends

    ?

  • I have

    some questions

    to ask you.

 

no in (+)

 
We use no in affirmative sentences.

  • There are 

    no

    biscuits left. 

 

With both countable (plural) and uncountable

 
Some, any and no can be used before countable and uncountable nouns. But if we use them before a countable noun, the noun must be plural.

  • Are there

    any students

    in the classroom? (NOT Is there any student in the classroom?)

  • There are

    no

    students in the classroom. 

 

some for offers and requests

 
We use some (NOT any) in interrogative sentences when we are offering or requesting (=asking for) something.

  • Would you like

    some

    help?

  • Can I have

    some

    tea, please?

 

none

 
None is a pronoun. It means ‘zero’. We use it in affirmative sentences as a pronoun to replace countable and uncountable nouns. This means that it’s not followed by a noun.

  • There were three bottles before we left and now there is

    none

    .

  • ‘How much cake did you have?’ ‘

    None

    .’

 

none of

 
We can also use none of + noun (countable or uncountable).

  • None

    of the questions were answered. 

 

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How ___ hours of English have you got in a week?

A

much

B

many

C

any

D

some

Question 2

Mum, there isn’t ___ toothpaste in the tube.

A

much

B

many

C

a little

D

a few

Question 3

A: ___?

B: Seven.

A

How many months are there in a year?

B

How many days are there in a week?

C

How much months are there in a year?

D

How much days are there in a week?

Question 4

How ___ money is there in your pocket?

A

much

B

a lot of

C

little

D

many

Question 5

A: How ___ planets ___ there in our solar system?

B: I have got no idea.

A

much / is

B

many / are

C

many / is

D

much / are

Question 6

Hurry up! We haven’t got so ___ time.

A

a

B

many

C

____

D

much

Question 7

I don’t like this room because there isn’t ___ window.

A

much

B

many

C

an

D

a

Question 8

I’m not very busy tonight. I haven’t got ___ homework for tomorrow.

A

much

B

many

C

few

D

little

Question 9

The school is nearly empty. There aren’t ___ students at school.

A

much

B

many

C

few

D

a little

Question 10

How ___ free time have you got during the week?

A

much

B

many

C

any

D

some

Question 11

Have you got __ close friends at school?

A

much

B

many

C

little

D

a

Question 12

There isn’t ___ traffic so we aren’t late.

A

much

B

many

C

an

D

a

Question 13

A: Why is this lemonade so sour?

B: Because there is ___ sugar in it.

A

a few

B

a little

C

many

D

much

Question 14

Jake has got ________ problems at school because he has got ________ good friends.

A

many / a little

B

a lot of / a little

C

a lot of / few

D

much / very few

Question 15

How ___ boys ___ there at the party?

A

much / are

B

much / is

C

many / is

D

many / are

Question 16

A: How much juice is there in the bottle?

B: ___ juice in the bottle.

A

There aren’t any

B

There is some

C

There are some

D

There isn’t some

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Everbest: Lesson 45 – A LOT OF, MUCH, MANY, (A) FEW, (A) LITTLE [O’zbek tilida]


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0:00 intro
00:33 a lot of = lots of
02:06 many vs much
04:50 istisnolar
05:55 a few vs a little
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