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countable and uncountable nouns

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grammar: quantifiers

Worksheets for countable and uncountable nouns
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Quantity - healthy eating (311)
Worksheet on quantity expressions on the topic of food and health (links to New Cutting Edge Upper Int page 80)


Book references for countable and uncountable nounsPage top ↑

General English course books (adults)

Inside Out Student's Book Intermediate book cover Inside Out Student's Book Intermediate 
Susan Kay   Vaughan Jones   
Unit 12 Basics  Pages 101 - 102

Photocopiable resource books

Elementary Grammar Games book cover Elementary Grammar Games 
Jill Hadfield   
4 - Countable and uncountable nouns  Page 4 
(1) Ss arrange food cards into pilesL C and U. (2)Ss arrange food items in a kitchen picture, then describe picture to partner who has to replicate the arrangement.

Grammar Activities 2 - Upper Intermediate book cover Grammar Activities 2 - Upper Intermediate 
Will Forsyth   Sue Lavender   
11 - 13 Countable and uncountable  Pages 11 - 13
Chapter 11
Gapped sentences. Focuses on countable and uncountable uses of : time, glass, light, hope, lamb, experience, belief

Chapter 12
(1) Mulitple choice picture captions focusing on coutable / uncounbable uses of : lamb, cake, emotion, iron
(2) Matching and gap fill : countable and uncountable uses of hair

Chapter 13
Put words into lists of either countable of uncoutable. Over 30 examples of commonly confused words.


Play Games with English Book 2 (1981-8) book cover Play Games with English Book 2 (1981-8) 
Colin Granger   John Plumb   
Spot the difference 1 page 2  Page 2 
Spot the difference with food pictures - countable and uncountable

General English adult course resource packs

Reward Upper-intermediate Resource Pack book cover Reward Upper-intermediate Resource Pack 
Susan Kay   
17a How's your haggling?  Page 17 
Ss interview each other to complete a questionnaire on haggling skills.

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