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Adverbs of frequency

 00 Grammar rules

 01 always - word order

 02 never - word order

 03 sometimes - word order

 04 often - word order

 05 mixed exercises

 06 mixed exercises

 

English Tenses

Simple Present Tense

Simple Past Tense

Present Perfect

Past Perfect

Future 1

Future Perfect

Going-to-Future

 

Progressive Tenses

Present Progressive

Past Progressive

Present Perfect Progr.

Past Perfect Progressive

Future 1 Progressive

Future Perfect Progressive

Comparison of Tenses

If clauses - Conditional

Active Passive exercises

Reported Speech

 

 

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adverbs of frequency - lots of Grammar Rules

 a lot of / lots of - Expressions of quantity - Learning English

 

 a lot of / lots of

 

Use a lot of or lots of for nouns, you cannot count and for plurals.

 

For countable and uncountable nouns use exact quantities in your answer or use  a lot of  / lots of.   Examples: I've got 10 pens. I'v got a lot of pens.

 

Examples: 

 

There are 10 pupils.

There are a lot of cookies.

They have got a lot of CDs.

There are a lot of things on your table.

We have got lots of money.

 


 much - many - expressions of quantity - English online learning.

 

much and many with exercises and rules

 

"much" - uncountable

 

Use "how much...?" with uncountable nouns.

 

Examples: 

 

How much homework do we get?

How much money do I need?

How much milk do you want?

Is there much sugar in my tea?

 

"many" - countable

 

Use "how many...?" with countable nouns.

 

Examples: 

 

How many sisters does he have?

How many pupils are in this class?

How many books do you buy?

How many cows live on this farm?

 


 few or little - Expressions of quantity - Learning English

 

a few or a little?

 

"a few ..."

"(A) few ..." Use a few with plurals. Examples: a few pounds, a trees a few boys, a few girls, a few stones, a few cars.

 

Examples: 

 

There are just a few examples.

I meet a few friends

I see a few hundred pupils.

I've got few brothers.

 

"a little...

 

Use a little with nouns you cannot count. Examples: water, milk, sand, air.
 

Examples: 

 

There is little tea left.

Not a lot, only a little, please.

I've got little money.

 


  English Tenses exercises

  Simple Present Tense

  Simple Past Tense

  Present Perfect

  Past Perfect

  Simple Future - Will Future

  Going-to-Future

  Continuous Tenses

  Comparison of Tenses

  Active and Passive Voice

  If clauses - conditionals

  Reported Speech

 

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