NOUNS AND EXPRESSIONS OF QUANTITY (SOME AND ANY (Examples of some (1.There…
NOUNS AND EXPRESSIONS OF QUANTITY
Singular counts often have a, an or one before them
Plural count nouns can have numbers or expressions of quantity before them. Most plural count nouns have s or es endings
A few rolls
1.In English, most noncount nouns describe .whole things or groups of things. Made up of smaller or different parts, such as meat, salt,food, juice, etc.
2.Some expressions of quantity can be used before non count nouns, but not a, an, or numbers.
Nouncount counts have no plural forms. They do not Some noncount nouns describe abstract things, such as health, in formation, work time , and so on s or es endings.. 4.Some noncount nouns describe abstract things, such as health, in formation, work time , and so on
A lot of salt, Alittle sugar
Much food, health
Butter, some juice
A cup of coffe, a piece of bacon, a bowl of cereal
SOME AND ANY
Some and any appears before noncount and plural count nouns.
Examples of some
1.There are some eggs in the refrigerator.
There is some ice .cream.
Example of any
I do not use any salt.
There are not any sugar in this soda.
A few and A little
A few appears only before plural count nouns. A little appears only before noncount nouns.
Examples of a few.
Theare a few eggs in the refrigerator.
Example of a little
I would like a little salt on my french fries.
A lot of, many, much
Many appear only before plural count
Example. Many fast food restaurants serve hot dogs.
Much may appear only before noncount nouns.
Example. They do not eat much red meat.
A lot of may appear before nountcount and plural coun nouns.
.1. There is a lot of salt in this soup
2. She does not eat a lot of hamburgers.