UNIT 5 (LESOON A (Uncountable nouns (There's very little food. = not a…
There's very little food. = not a lot
I'm trying to eat less fat.
We have a little butter in the fridge.= some
There's not much food in the house.
too / too much / too many
We have a few slices of cheese.= some
We eat very few frozen meals. = not a lot
1 percent milk has fewer calories.
There aren't many vegetables.
Food containers / items
a carton of juice - two cartons of juice
a loaf of bread - two loaves of bread
Weights and measures
a liter of / a quart of
a kilo of / a pound of
With nouns I ate too much food / too many fries.
As pronouns I ate too much / too many.
With adjectives He's too full.
With adverbs She eats too slowly.
With verbs She talks too much.
I didn't eat enough food / fries.
I didn't eat enough.
She doesn't eat fast enough.
Maybe she doesn't listen enough.
Notice how Kayla uses expresions like these because she wants Laura to decide.
Either one (is fine).
Either way (is fine).
Whatever you're having.
Whichever is easier ( for you).
Whatever you prefer.
The most common collocations in conversation with these six cooking.
1 fried chicken
2 boiled eggs
3 baked patatoes
4 grilled cheese
5 smoked salmon
6 raw fish
Name: Nelly Jimenez
Course: Intermediate 1 3"G"
Her salad wasn't filling enough.