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COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS (a, an, some, any)

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  • I usually have _____ omelette for breakfast.
    AN
  • There is ____ special market on this street. You can buy a lot of sweets!
    a
  • There _____ some cucumbers on the table.
    are
  • Do you like sweets? I have got _________ chocolate.
    some
  • Are ______ any strawberries? I'm hungry.
    there
  • We haven't got _______ bacon. a.a b.much c.many
    b.much
  • I'm going to buy _______ apples. There isn't any here!
    some
  • There isn't _______ drinking chocolate in the kitchen.
    ANY
  • Is _____ any sugar in bread?
    there
  • There _____ any water. I'm thirsty.
    isn't
  • There is ____ cat on the street. Maybe, it's lost.
    a
  • Would you like ____ cheese?
    any
  • I eat ___________ of raspberries. a.a lot of b.much c.any
    a.a lot of
  • ___________ avocado salad is very good. a.a b.the c.any
    b.the
  • There is ____ biscuit on the table.
    A
  • _______ muesli in the bag is from Germany.
    THE
  • There is _________ tuna in the sandwich. a.some b.any c.many
    a.some
  • There isn't _________ broccoli in the soup. a.some b.the c.any
    c.any
  • Peter really likes vegetables. Are there _____ carrots?
    any
  • Look! ____ rat is crossing the street. ____ rat is so big!
    a , the
  • ______________ biscuits are in the bag? a.how much b.how many c.many
    b.how many
  • There ____ any milk for breakfast.
    isn't
  • __________ jam do you want? a.How much b.How many c.Many
    a.how much
  • I haven't got ______ oranges.
    any
  • There are _________ prawns in the salad.
    SOME
  • Peter really likes vegetables. Are there _____ carrots?
    any
  • I've got ___ umbrella.
    an
  • ______ coat is beatiful. I really like its colours!
    The