What’s the difference between MOST OF and MOST? Use MOST OF THE to talk about a specific group. Example sentence: Most of the children in my class are French. USE MOST to make a generalisation or to talk about the majority. Example sentence: Most children like ice-cream.
Dialogue exercises to practise SOME & ANY in a conversation at a restaurant. Exercise 1: USE some SOME / ANY / A to fill in the blanks in the sentences. Exercise 2 COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS grammar COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE EXERCISES MUCH & MANY grammar MUCH & MANY Exercises
Do you know SOME & ANY Grammar? Check your knowledge with this rules exercise
Exercise to practise much, many & a lot of in questions, answers, positive, negative and comparative sentences. Click here for MUCH & MANY grammar Click here for COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS grammar Countable & Uncountable Nouns EXERCISES SOME & ANY Exercise All or Every – Grammar & Exercises
Exercise to practise countable and uncountable nouns. Countable & Uncountable Nouns EXERCISES For a grammar explanation on countable and uncountable nouns click here. Click here for much & many grammar explanation & video Much, Many, a lot of exercise SOME & ANY Exercise All or Every – Grammar & Exercises
Drag & Drop Exercise Instructions: Sort the nouns below by dragging them into the correct column (countable or uncountable) below. COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS grammar COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE EXERCISES MUCH & MANY grammar SOME & ANY Exercise ALL or EVERY Grammar & Exercise
Choose the correct answer to complete the gap in the sentence in the multiple-choice exercise below. COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE Nouns Exercise 2 COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS Grammar SOME & ANY Exercise MUCH & MANY Grammar MUCH & MANY Exercises MUCH, MANY, A LOT OF Exercise SOME & ANY Exercise ALL or EVERY – Grammar & Exercises