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much_or_many - much How biscuits did you eat many There...

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Much or many?
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Can you count these things? flower sand boat water sugar grape
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Do they make sensible plurals? flowers sands boats waters sugars grapes
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If you can count it, use ‘many’ Too many flowers a...a .... chooo!
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I ate so many grapes that I felt sick If you can count it, use ‘many’
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How many boats can you see? If you can count it, use ‘many’
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How much sand do you need? If you can’t count it, use ‘much’
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If you can’t count it, use ‘much’ There is too much water on the floor! Clean it up!
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Much or many? For plurals, use many For non-countable things, use much
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How _________ orange juice do you want? much
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Unformatted text preview: much How _________ biscuits did you eat? many There were too _____ people in the queue, so I didn’t wait. many He put so _____ salt in the soup that it tasted horrible. muc h The teacher gave us too _____ homework. muc h I saw _____ toucans in the tree. many Now try these 1. You are making too _____ noise! 2. How _____ sugar do you want in your tea? 3. How _____ apples are there? 4. Why are there so _____ policemen here? 5. How _____ chicken do you want? 6. How _____ chickens did you buy? 7. He has told me that so _____ times!...
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