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much – many; (a) few – (a) little; a lot (of) – plenty (of) Countable and Uncountable Nouns: 1. Chop an onion, two tomatoes and four carrots into small pieces. 2. To make the sauce, you need flour, milk and salt. 3. Mix in three cups of milk and two pinches ( ) of salt. 1. ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ 2. ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ 3. ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________

much – many “much” =

“many” =

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“much” verwendet wir bei ________________________ “many” gebrauchen wir bei _______________________  Die Verwenndung von „much“ und „many“ ist bei ______________ und ______________ Aussagen gebräuchlich.  Achtung: „much“ und „many“ könnte auch in positiven Sätzen gebraucht werden. Hierbei im Zusammenhang mit as, how, so, too und very. Bsp: Julie added too much salt to the soup. She has as many friends as Sue.

(a) little – (a) few “little” =

“few” =

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“a little” = Bsp.:

“a few” = Bsp.:

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“little” verwendet wir bei ________________________und ___________________ “a little” verwendet wir bei ________________________und _________________ “few” gebrauchen wir bei ______________________und_____________________ “a few” gebrauchen wir bei ______________________und___________________

a lot (of) – plenty (of) “a lot (of)” = Bsp.:

“plenty (of)” = Bsp.:

“a lot” verwendet wir bei ________________________und ___________________ “a lot of” verwendet wir bei ________________________,_________________ und „of“______________________________. “plenty” gebrauchen wir bei ______________________und___________________ “plenty of” (more than enough) gebrauchen wir bei _______________,__________ ________________und “of” _____________________________.

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much – many; (a) few – (a) little; a lot (of) – plenty (of) Countable and Uncountable Nouns: 1. 2. 3. 1.

Chop an onion, two tomatoes and four carrots into small pieces. To make the sauce, you need flour, milk and salt. Mix in three cups of milk and two pinches (Prise) of salt. Nomen die in die Mehrzahl gesetzt werden können. Können gezählt

werden und man kann a/an davorsetzen. 2. Diese Nomen haben keine Mehrzahl und können auch nicht gezählt werden. 3. Unzählbare Nomen werden zählbar gemacht. Dabei wird eine Mengenangabe vor das Nomen gesetzt.

much – many “much” = viel

“many” = viele

Bsp.: How much butter do we need?

Bsp.: We don´t need many eggs.

“much” verwendet wir bei UNZÄHLBARE NOMEN “many” gebrauchen wir bei ZÄHLBARE NOMEN  Die Verwenndung von „much“ und „many“ ist bei FRAGEN und NGATIVEN Aussagen gebräuchlich.  Achtung: „much“ und „many“ könnte auch in positiven Sätzen gebraucht werden. Hierbei im Zusammenhang mit as, how, so, too und very. Bsp: Julie added too much salt to the soup. She has as many friends as Sue.

(a) little – (a) few “little” = nur wenige Bsp.: Chris has little interest in Jody now.

“a little” = ein wenig Bsp.: Add a little water if necessary.

“few” = (nur) wenige Bsp.: Few people really believed Jody´s story.

“a few” = ein paar Bsp.: You need a few carrots. Too!

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“a little” verwendet wir bei UNZÄHLBAREN NOMEN und POSITIVEN ABSICHTEN “few” gebrauchen wir bei ZÄHLBAREN NOMEN und NEGATIVEN ABSICHTEN “a few” gebrauchen wir bei ZÄHLBAREN NOMEN und POSITIVEN ABSICHTEN

a lot (of) – plenty (of) “a lot (of)” = Bsp.:

“plenty (of)” = Bsp.:

“a lot” verwendet wir bei UNZÄHLBAREN NOMEN und ZÄHLBAREN NOMEN “a lot of” verwendet wir bei UNZÄHLBAREN NOMEN ZÄHLBAREN NOMEN und „of WENN EIN NOMEN FOLGT. “plenty” gebrauchen wir bei UNZÄHLBAREN NOMEN und ZÄHLBAREN NOMEN “plenty of” (more than enough) gebrauchen wir bei ZÄHLBAREN NOMEN, UNZÄHLBAREN NOMEN und “of” WENN EIN NOMEN FOLGT.

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Worksheet:

much, many, few, little, plenty, lot of 1. There are _________ mushrooms in my mushroom soup. 2. If you want to make pancakes, you need __________ eggs and ________ flour. 3. There is too _________ water in the bath tub. 4. _______ people really believed Jody´s story. 5. There are ___________ of onions in the kitchen. 6. People eat ______________beef. 7. How _______ brothers and sisters has Anne got? 8. Her family has _____________ money. 9. We have _____________ knowledge of this phenomenon. 10. Rodney has so ________ friends. 11. There are ______________ birthdays to celebrate this month. 12. Could I have _____________ sugar for my tea, please? 13. Carla has __________ of friends. 14. Two hours to wait, we have got ____________ time. 15. I have ___________ headache. 16. There weren´t ______________ people at the party. Harry said _______________ his friends are away at the moment. 17. _____________ animals can survive in the desert. 18. I don't receive ________ letters nowadays. 19. When I am on holiday, I always write _________ lines home. 20. How _______ rice do you eat per week? 21. We spend _____________ money on spices. So we need _________ to drink. 22. My grandfather does not have ________ hair, anymore. 23. Please put ________ cheese on my sandwich. 24. There is ______________ water in the pond. 25. Would you like _____________ more tomatoes? No, thanks, but I wouldn´t mind __________________ bread. 26. The professor spends _____________ time in company.

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Worksheet:

much, many, few, little, plenty, lot of 1. There are few mushrooms in my mushroom soup. 2. If you want to make pancakes, you need a few eggs and a little flour. 3. There is too much water in the bath tub. 4. Few people really believed Jody´s story. 5. There are plenty of onions in the kitchen. 6. People eat a lot of beef. 7. How many brothers and sisters has Anne got? 8. Her family has a lot of money. 9. We have little knowledge of this phenomenon. 10. Rodney has so many friends. 11. There are a few birthdays to celebrate this month. 12. Could I have a little sugar for my tea, please? 13. Carla has a lot of friends. 14. Two hours to wait, we have got plenty of time. 15. I have a little headache. 16. There weren´t many people at the party. Harry said a lot fo his friends are away at the moment. 17. Few animals can survive in the desert. 18. I don't receive many letters nowadays. 19. When I am on holiday, I always write a few lines home. 20. How much rice do you eat per week? 21. We spend a lot of money on spices. So we need a lot to drink. 22. My grandfather does not have much hair, anymore. 23. Please put a lot of cheese on my sandwich. 24. There is little water in the pond. 25. Would you like a few more tomatoes? No, thanks, but I wouldn´t mind a little bread. 26. The professor spends little time in company.

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Much many merkblatt  
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