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How much ....? = uncountable nouns For example: How much coffee do you drink? How many ....? = countable nouns For example: How many cups of coffee do you drink? How much? How many?  Countable NounsUncountable NounsIn questions: We use how many with plural countable nouns:- We use how much with uncountable nouns:-   "How many newspapers do you read every day?" "How much paper is in the printer?"   "How many Euros have you got?" "How much money have you got?" Revise It - How much and How many Lesson 36 Learn It Some, Any CountableUncountableThere are some

people.
cups.
books.
newspapers.
chairs.
shoes.
Euros.

There is some

money.
traffic.
paper.
time.
coffee.
food.

 

  Countable Uncountable Statements: We can use some in positive sentences with plural countable nouns:- We can use some in positive sentences with uncountable nouns:- Positive: I read some books. I would like some coffee.

 

CountableUncountableThere aren't any

people.
cups.
books.
newspapers.
chairs.
shoes.
Euros.

There isn't any

money.
traffic.
paper.
time.
coffee.
food.

 

Statement: We can use any in negative sentences with plural countable nouns:- We can use any in negative sentences with uncountable nouns:- Negative: I don't read any books. I don't want any coffee.

 

CountableUncountableAre(n't) there any

people?
cups?
books?
newspapers?
chairs?
shoes?
Euros?

Is(n't) there any

money?
traffic?
paper?
time?
coffee?
food?

 

Questions: We can use any in questions with plural countable nouns:- We can use any in questions with plural uncountable nouns:- Positive Q: Are there any books? Do you need any coffee? Negative Q: Aren't there any books? Don't you need any coffee?

!Note! When you expect the answer to be "Yes." to an offer or polite request, you can ask a question using some.

  Countable Uncountable Question: Can I have some books, please? Would you like some coffee? A few, A little
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