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A little and little are used with noncount nouns

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Unformatted text preview: equipment news water jewelry information music postage work money luggage Some nouns can be both count and noncount nouns: —We drank some wine. (Noncount) —We ordered three wines. (Count) (It is implicit that three different wines were ordered.) USING A FEW, FEW, A LITTLE, AND LITTLE A few and few are used with plural count nouns: —a few friends, few ideas, a few things to do, etc. A little and little are used with noncount nouns: —little money, a little rain, a little wind, etc. NOTE: Few and little give a negative idea, conveying the notion that something is largely absent: —They have very little money. —We have few options remaining. NOTE: A few and a little give a positive idea, indicating that something exists or is present: 54 Shared by www.itdunya.com ITDunya.com Great Learning Urdu Web Forum Come and join us for more...... Contact us: afridi@itdunya.com www.itdunya.com Chapter 15 —I have a little free time today. —Do you have a few moments? EXERCISES Irregular Noun Plurals Answer the question u...
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