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Dear  students,

The answers to last week are below in purple. Did you get everything right? If you have any questions, you can ask me in class.

See you!

Derek (^.^)/

Smith’s School of English Tsukaguchi




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Lesson Review of Countable and Uncountable Nouns  レッスンの復習 可算名詞(数えられる名詞)と不可算名詞(数えられない名詞)

A: I’m going to the supermarket. Do you want anything?

B: Sure!

A: What would you like?

B: Could I have some Coca-Cola, please?

A: Sure!  How much Coca-Cola do you want?

B: I’d like 2 bottles of Coca-Cola, please.

A:  Sure! Anything else?

B: Yes. I’d also like some potato chips, please.

A: OK! How many bags of potato chips would you like?

B: I’d like 2 bags of potato chips, please.

A: Sure! Anything else?

B: Yes!  I’d also like 3 cans of tuna,  a large carton of milk,  a bunch of bananas,  a jar of strawberry jam,  a packet of gum,  a box of Corn Flakes cereal,  a package/bottle/can of Oolong tea,  a package/bottle/can of  Lipton tea,  a loaf of white bread,  a bar of Meiji chocolate,  2 tubes of  Aquafresh toothpaste,  a piece/slice/chunk of chocolate cake,  a  chunk of cheese and a pack of eggs!

A: Wow! OK! Anything else?

B: No, that’s all! Thank you very much!

A: You’re welcome!

in Teacher's Thoughts, Tsukaguchi by Derek | September 16, 2009 | 0 comments

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