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									Countable and uncountable nouns – much/many/ how much/how many

Underline the correct words from the words in italics in each sentence.

a) There isn’t many/much food in the fridge, I’m afraid.

b) Did you visit many/much monuments in Italy?

c) I don’t have many/much money on me.

d) There isn’t many/much bread left.

e) They didn’t buy many/much presents.

f) Has he got many/much friends in this school?

g) Hurry up. We haven’t got many/much time.

h) Do many/much tourists visit this area?

i)   The flat is nearly empty. There isn’t many/much furniture.

j)   How many/much doctors are there in this hospital?



Complete the questions using how much or how many.

a)        How much          money have you got?

b) ………………………. aspirins did you take?

c) ………………………. books do we have to read this year?

d) ………………………. oil do you need?

e) ………………………. friends have you got in this town?

f) ………………………. time have we got before the lesson?

g) ………………………. milk do you drink with your breakfast?

h) ………………………. times have you been to the theatre?
Write one word in each gap.

a) I’ll try to call you tonight, but I don’t have   much   time.

b) How ……………….. meals do you have every day?

c) Shall I buy some more cheese? I didn’t buy ……………….. .

d) Kate didn’t have lunch because she didn’t have ……………….. money.

e) There weren’t ……………….. hotels, so we went camping.

f) Have you got ……………….. homework to do for tomorrow?

g) Most people were on holiday, so there wasn’t ……………….. traffic in the city centre.

h) You’ll have to share, because there aren’t ……………….. books.



Write the question for each answer. Use how much or how many.

a)        How many brothers have you got              ? I’ve got two brothers.

b) …………………………………………………. ? I spent £10.

c) …………………………………………………. ? There are ten students.

d) …………………………………………………. ? I need two plates.

e) …………………………………………………. ? I’d like a lot of sandwiches.

f) …………………………………………………. ? He has got a lot of time.

g) …………………………………………………. ? I haven’t got any sugar.

h)   …………………………………………………. ? I only want a little.
Underline the correct sentence.

a)   I can’t buy a new car.

1) I’ve got too much money.                   2) I haven’t got enough money

b)   I bought food for ten, but only two people came.

1) I’ve got too much food.                     2) I’ve got too many food.

c)   Sam is very lonely.

1) He has got too many friends.                 2) He hasn’t got enough friends.

d)   Ten desks and chairs? Impossible!

1) We’ve got too much room.                    2) We haven’t got enough room.

e)   Please share the dictionaries, one between three.

1) There are too many dictionaries.             2) There aren’t enough dictionaries.

f)   Take a taxi or else you won’t make it to the airport.

1) There is too much time.                      2) There isn’t enough time.

g)   We didn’t enjoy our holiday.

1) There was too much rain.                     2) There wasn’t enough rain.

h)   You can’t get in, I’m afraid. We have a full house.

1) There are too many people.                  2) There aren’t enough people.

								
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