lesson 43

English Course Online 43

Today’s Focus:

  • Vocabulary related to
  • Grammar point: Countable and uncountable nouns

1/ Vocabulary Practice

  • Countable
  • uncountable nouns
  • to have a seat
  • to park the car
  •  some more dishes
  • for this evening.
  • there will be five of us after all
  •  the dining room cupboard.
  • to set the table
  • put some bread on the table.
  • to buy some new clothes
  • your jeans look great.
  • paper napkins
  • from the cupboard
  • get enough for five people
  • one for each person.
  • that’s five in all
  • That’s a few too many
  • for our little table
  • to manage with less room.
  •  wine
  • we have lots
  • we hardly touch the stuff.
  •  left over
  • from my birthday party.
  • Have you any news
  • health problems
  • to have some news
  • I think it is due to overwork
  • to go for a checkup
  • Cross our fingers
  • as soon as you have some news
  •  there is hardly any left over.
  • There aren’t many nice restaurants
  • around here.
  • There are some.
  • You mean there are a few
  • restaurants are countable.

2/ Grammar Practice

3/ Sentence Practice

Countable and uncountable nouns

Hello, mother. Have a seat, where is my sister? She is parking the car with her boyfriend Kevin.

There are hundreds of cars in this street and it is not easy to park. Susan, we need some more dishes for this evening.

There will be five of us after all. We’ve got some more dishes in the dining room cupboard.

And we have one, two, three, four, five chairs. I will set the table for five. Please put some bread on the table.

John’s sister and her boyfriend arrive. Susan has bought some new clothes and  John’s Mother says to her that: “your jeans look great”.

Please get some paper napkins from the cupboard. Get enough for five people, one for each person.

Three women and two men, that’s five in all. That’s a few too many for our little table but we can manage with less room.

Did you bring any wine? It does not matter if you didn’t we have lots. We hardly ever touch the stuff.

We have many bottles left over from my birthday party.

Have you any news about your health problems John?

Yes, I have some news, I think it is overwork but I am going for a final check-up on Tuesday.

Cross our fingers and as soon as you have some news, phone us.

They all eat a lot and there is hardly any left over. Well many thanks, it was really nice.

There aren’t many nice restaurants around here. There are some. You mean there are a few, restaurants are countable.

 

 

4/ Practice Quiz

Complete the quizzes below.

  1. Today’s comprehension interactive video: 
  2. Today’s sentences drag and drop: 
  3. Today’s grammar fill in the right words: 

 

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