Countable and uncountable nouns
Do you like ..?
Would you like..?
A/an and some
Much and many
Polite requests (Could you ..?, Can I ..?)
Would you like _____ rice?
Can I have _____ stamps, please?
Can you give me _____ money?
I usually have _____ biscuit and _____ cup of coffee at 11 a.m.
a / some
some / some
a / a
a / any
He always has _____ egg for breakfast.
Do you like _____ ?
“_____ you like some tea?”
“_____ you _____ your teacher?”
“Yes, he is a good man.”
Would / like
Do / like
Did / liked
Are / like
Would you like _____ apple or _____ strawberries?
an / some
any / any
Would you like _____ milk?
Do you like _____ homework ?
I have got a book _____ Stephen King.
Help me _____ my homework.
There is _____ cheese on the table.
There are _____ oranges on the table.
_____ rice is there?
Are there _____ chips?
Can I have _____ tea?
I’d like _____ bananas.
Is there _____ tea?
_____ coffee is there?
There isn’t _____ coffee.
Can I have _____ bread?
Do you like _____ English?
She _____ the Rolling Stones records.
Would you like to listen to _____ music?
I need to put _____ petrol in the car.
_____ English books do you have?
I want _____ book from the library.
Are there _____ letters for me this morning?
You have _____ lovely pictures in your house.
There was _____ rain during the night.
“Are you Canadian?”
“No, but I have _____ good friends in Canada.”
Do you have _____ sisters or brothers?
_____ I have a cheese sandwich, please?
I don’t have _____ milk left.
We have _____ of homework today.
How _____ milk is there in the fridge?
I’d like _____ mineral water.
Where do you come _____ ?
We stayed _____ the Heathrow Hotel.
I waited _____ the bus-stop for ten minutes.
I’m not very good _____ mathematics.
What are you interested _____ ?
Please, put your homework _____ my desk.
It takes about five minutes to walk _____ the bridge.
I took the train _____ Dover to Ostend.
David was very busy _____ the afternoon.
Toshio is _____ Japan. He isn’t American.
Bob ran 100 meters _____ 11 seconds.
They arrived _____ plane.
“Did they come _____ bus ?”
No, they came _____ foot.
on / on
by / on
with / by
by / with
Switch _____ the light. It’s getting dark.
Is there a fridge _____ your kitchen?
I’m still waiting _____ the Blue Train.
What was the temperature _____ Ankara yesterday?
I look forward _____ meeting you next month.
“You can’t come in ____ a ticket,” the man told us.
I get up _____ six o’clock _____ Tuesdays.
at / on
at / in
about / at
around / in
My father takes a nap _____ dinner.
When people go _____ picnic they always eat a lot.
Boys and girls go _____ dancing.
When do you take _____ your wrist watch?
I’ll phone _____ you tomorrow.
Our village lies _____ two high mountains.
You may write _____ a pen or _____ a pencil.
with / with
in / in
by / by
A lot of planes fly _____ the city every day.
They went _____ a museum.
There were no planes _____ the past.
We waited _____ you _____ 11.00.
at / to
for / until
for / to
with / since
Marie Curie was born _____ Warsaw.
Chocolate _____ harmful for your teeth, but strawberries _____ useful for your health.
is / is
are / is
are / are
is / are
There _____ apple juice in the fridge. And apples _____ so delicious.
is / was
Would you like _____ chips?
Would you like _____ tea _____ mineral water?
some / and
any / or
some / or
any / and
A: Is there _____ juice in the fridge?
B: No, there isn’t _____ juice, but there is _____ lemonade.
some / some / any
any / any / some
some / any / any
any / any / any
A: Would you like _____ oranges? Oh, sorry! There aren’t _____ oranges. But we have apples.
B: That’s all right. Can I have _____ tea?
some / any / some
any / some / any
A: _____ you like _____ cold water?
B: No, thanks. _____ ____ green tea.
Do / some / I love / some
Would / any / I’d love / any
Would / some / I’d love / some
Did / some / I liked / some
A: _____ you like _____ biscuit?
B: Yes, please. And I _____ some milk, too.
Would / a / ’d like
Do / a / would like
Would / some / ’d love
Would / * / would love
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