# Jeronimo's Lesson

Relative Clauses / Quantifiers

Todas empiezan con un PRONOMBRE RELATIVO (RELATIVE PRONOUN).

# Quantifiers!

Countable

Uncountable

Have a SINGULAR and PLURAL form.

Are the nouns that we can COUNT.

Have only ONE form (Singular).

Are the nouns that we can't COUNT.

# Quantifiers

*Are words that we write BEFORE NOUNS to give an indication of the QUANTITY of that NOUN.

*We use it when we want to tell some information about the NUMBER of something (How much and How many).

# Much or Many?

Both are mainly used in negative and interrogative sentences.

# Activity

## Little

*Used before UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS.

*It's the opposite of much: a small quantity.

*Almost nothing or not much.

## Few

*Used before COUNTABLE NOUNS.

*Few means a small number.

Ex.  I'm sorry, I speak little french.

Ex. There are few honest politicians.

*He posted few photos on Instagram.

## A little

*Used before UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS.

*A certain quantity of something that you CAN'T count.

*Means a small amount or some.

## A few

*Used before COUNTABLE NOUNS.

*Means a small amount or some.

Are related with positive quantity

Ex. We have a little extra time this afternoon. Do you want to watch a movie?

Ex. We stayed a few days in Barcelona and visited the Gothic Neighborhood.

# Activity

Can you decide which is the correct answer?

# A LOT OF (LOTS OF)

Work for both groups: COUNTABLE and UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS.

Can replace MUCH or MANY.

Large number or quantity.

Most common in affirmative sentences.

Ex. I ate a lot of pizza last night.

Ex. I need lots of coffee today.

# SOME

Work for both groups: COUNTABLE and UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS.

*Can replace A LITTLE or A FEW.

*Works in AFFIRMATIVE sentences.

Ex. Would you like some coffee?

*When you are offering something.

# ANY

*Is generally used in NEGATIVE sentences.

*We use it with PLURAL countable and UNCOUNTABLE nouns.

*It can be use in QUESTIONS.

Ex. She doesn't have ANY money.

Ex. Do you have any pets?

Complete the video lesson with the correct quantifier.

#### Jeronimo's Lesson. Class 7. Relative Clauses / Quantifiers.

By Valentina Rodríguez Ramírez

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