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UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS Worksheets

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Food containers

Instructions: Write the letter in the box.

Target Language: A bottle of ketchup A head of lettuce A carton of eggs A jar of jam A loaf of bread A can of tuna fish A container of yogurt A ...




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6 November 2019

sodsdawn Author Country Flag Canada

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Going to the store

Instructions: Change the words around and make good sentences.

Target Language: I need three onions. I want some oranges. Where is the sugar? Where are the bananas? Where is the coffee? I need...




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24 February 2018

sodsdawn Author Country Flag Canada

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How much or how many?

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Instructions: Put the words in the right place.

Target Language: How much do you want? How many do you want?

rice sugar water tea coffee salt flour milk meat apples bananas...




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24 February 2018

sodsdawn Author Country Flag Canada

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Containers

Instructions: Draw a line.

Target Language: a bottle of oil a carton of milk a can of beans a jar of jam a package of cookies a bag of sugar a litre of milk




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24 February 2018

sodsdawn Author Country Flag Canada

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Main instances when no article is used

Target Language: No articles are needed when discussing 'things in general' Articles do not precede fixed phrases and expressions Country names don't generally contain articles (NB exceptions) ...




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10 November 2017

ShirleyNorrie Author Country Flag United Kingdom

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Count or non-count

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Target Language: There are / aren't There is / isn't

bananas tomatoes lemons onions cups of coffee grapes french fries potatoes cookies ice cream oil lettuce cheese yogurt ...




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3 May 2017

sodsdawn Author Country Flag Canada

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Countables and Uncountables

Instructions: 1) Find the correct word. 2) Write its translation below. 3) Write ( C ) for countable or ( U ) for uncountable next to each word.

Target Language: Advice Department Music ...




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25 January 2016

Christina Author Country Flag United States of America

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Picnic Grammar

Target Language: During the holidays I went on a fabulous picnic with my friends.On the way to the picnic I bought some petrol. When we arrived at the picnic ground there were not many places to park ...




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10 January 2013

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

A short recount of a picnic cloze worksheet. Tests a range of vocabulary such as quantifiers, conjunctions, nouns and adjectives. Pre-Intermediate level for adults.

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Picnic Quantifiers

Target Language: On the way to the picnic I bought some petrol. There were not many places to park the car. We found some grass under a shady tree. Peter put some meat onto the barbeque. I ate three ...




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10 January 2013

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

This worksheet is a picnic recount story that uses blanks to fill in quantifiers.

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Countable and Uncountable Nouns

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Target Language: Do you have a pen I can borrow? There are some elephants in that enclosure over there. This information is just what I needed. There are nine prisoners in detention today. Anna's hair...




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20 December 2011

Quickworksheets Author Country Flag Australia

This fill in the blank worksheet has 15 sentences with some countable and uncountable nouns. The countable nouns can be either singular or plural. It tests students' ability to choose the correct articles (definite and indefinite) or verb tense.

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Mass Nouns

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Target Language: Countable Uncountable

cat newspaper umbrella trip angle cup computer worksheet book ball pillow garden water sand weather travel advice furniture grass ...




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15 April 2011

Quickworksheets Author Country Flag Australia

A sorting worksheet in which students sort a list of nouns into the "countable" and "uncountable" columns. You could adapt this worksheet by adding a third category for nouns that can be both countable and uncountable depending on their usage and meaning (such as 'coffee').

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