Hello everyone!! How is it going? Today it´s very hot, isn´t it? Could you tell how hot it is? A lot? Can you ‘count’ the heat? To count things we use quantifiers. How many quantifiers are there? When do we use one or the other? If you don´t know the answers to these questions, you must read this post. Go on!
Quantifiers are words that we use to quantify things. In this post we´re going to talk about some of them.
We use A LITTLE, A FEW, VERY LITTLE, VERY FEW.
-We use LITTLE + uncountable nouns and FEW + plural countable nouns.
-A LITTLE = A FEW = some, but not a lot.
-VERY LITTLE = VERY FEW = not much /not many.
We use A LOT, A LOT OF, LOTS OF, MANY, MUCH and PLENTY OF.
-We use A LOT OF or LOTS OF in affirmative sentences and A LOT when there is no noun.
-MUCH and MANY are normally used in negative sentences and interrogative sentences. (A LOT OF can also be used!)
-We use PLENTY OF in affirmative sentences to mean ‘as much as we need or more’.
*My father speaks A LITTLE English.
*I have VERY LITTLE time.
*There are A FEW cinemas in the city.
*My sister has LOTS OF friends.
*There aren´t MANY shops near here.
*Do you watch MUCH TV?
And that´s all for now.
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