Some or any?
Kate: Do you have brothers or sisters?
John: No, I don’t, but I have cousins that love me like a real brother!
Mark: Are there cinemas in this city? I really want to go to the movies!
Lisa: No, there aren’t. But I have movies at home if you want!
Rachel: I have cereal every morning, it is good for my health.
Derek: I hate cereal!
Mary: Do you have idea of how to do this exercise?
Peter: No, I have no idea, but my mum gave books to study, maybe the answer is there!
Amy: Can you give me of your posters? You have a lot of them!
Claire: No, they are all mine. I can’t give you poster! But I can give you old magazines I have…
Amy: No, thanks. You are so selfish…
A little or a few?
1. Julia ate rice, she wasn’t very hungry.
2. Mike ate chips, he wasn’t very hungry.
3. I have cousins that speak French, the rest of them only speak English.
4. She found cookies under her bed.
5. I need water to feel better, that’s all.
6. I want to save money to buy a present for my mother.
7. Robert gave me coins to buy a sweater, it is not enough!
8. Ashley needs sugar for the cake!
9. My dad says that I have to learn words in German, because we are going there for holidays.
10. Peter saw girls running across the field.
Much or many?
1. There are students who want to work in our school.
2. Claire has brothers but only one sister.
3. I don’t have time, I can’t wait for you.
4. Tom works hours every day, that is why he is always tired.
5. Lisa doesn’t drink water when she eats.
6. They have rooms in their house, it is very very big.
7. How apples did you buy?
8. How money do you have to buy the TV?
9. People don’t write letters nowadays, they use e-mails instead.
10. I think it is too salt for my taste.