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Read the sentences and complete the table





1. How much pasta do you need?

2. There’s noyoghurt left! We must buy some.

3. We need a lot of onions in order to make this dish.

4. How many pears do we need?

5. Is there any cheese left? Yes, there’s quite a lot.

6. We have very few tomatoes left, I’m afraid.

7. There are only some cherries left. Shall we buy some?

8. There is only a little olive oil left. We must buy some.

9. Don’t put too much salt in the water.

10. Would you like some tea?

  Countable Uncountable Positive Sentences Negative Sentences Interrogative Sentences
some ü ü ü   ü
any          
much          
many          
A lot of          
(a) few          
(a) little          
no          

3. Use something, anything, nothing, everything, somebody, anybody, nobody, somewhere to fill in the gaps.

1. I want to tell you … interesting.

2. It’s so dark in the room. I can’t see …

3. When I opened the box, I saw that it was empty. There was … inside.

4. We had … to eat the whole day, so I’m hungry.

5. Let’s go … quiet and relaxing to eat.

6. Look! The house is very quiet. I think … lives there.

7. I called the restaurant but … answered. I’ll try later.

8. If … ring me up, please tell me.

9. Do you know … in this village?

10. – Did you enjoy your meal, sir? - … was fine, thank you.

4. Make sentences using should and shouldn’t.

What would you say to a friend who…

1 eats too many sweets?

2 has got a bad cold?

3 gets stressed too easily?

4 is overweight?

5 doesn’t exercise at all?

Example: You shouldn’t eat so many sweets.

Present Perfect

Affirmative Negative Interrogative
I have (‘ve) taken You have (‘ve) taken He has (‘s) taken She has (‘s) taken It has (‘s) taken We have (‘ve) taken They have (‘ve) taken I have not (haven’t) taken You have not (haven’t) taken He has not (hasn’t) taken She has not (hasn’t) taken It has not (hasn’t) taken We have not (haven’t) taken They have not (haven’t) taken Have I taken? Have you taken? Has he taken? Has she taken? Has it taken? Have we taken? Have they taken?







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