15 set 2021

MUCH / MANY / LITTLE / FEW

Essas palavras são utilizadas para se referir a objetos contáveis e incontáveis, quando suas quantidades são indefinidas.

MUCH – muito, para objetos incontáveis.
MANY – muitos (as), para objetos contáveis.
LITTLE – pouco, para objetos incontáveis.
FEW – poucos (as), para objetos contáveis.

Exemplos:
How MANY books do you have? I have a FEW books. Only 3.
How MUCH money does this TV cost? A lot, but that one costs just a LITTLE.

Exercises – Complete with MUCH, MANY, LITTLE or FEW.

1. A: How was the party?
B: It was OK. I didn’t meet ___________ friends. Just a ___________.

2. A: Would you like more pepper?
B: No, thank you. I don’t like ___________ pepper.

3. A: How ___________ dollars did she spend?
B: She spent ___________ money because she bought ___________ gifts.

4. A: How ___________ wine did you drink last night?
B: Just a ___________. I went out, but I didn’t drink too ___________.

Check the answers in comment box.

TIP: Uma dica é pensar se a palavra pode ser pluralizada, Caso sim, use FEW / MANY. Se não, LITTLE / MUCH. Só tome cuidado com as palavras cujo plural não são em terminados em -S, como PEOPLE (pessoas), MICE (camundongos), MEN (homens), FEET (pés)…

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  • FISK-PG 13 de fevereiro de 2013

    1. A: How was the party?
    B: It was OK. I didn't meet MANY friends. Just a FEW.

    2. A: Would you like more pepper?
    B: No, thank you. I don't like MUCH pepper.

    3. A: How MANY dollars did she spend?
    B: She spent MUCH money because she bought MANY gifts.

    4. A: How MUCH wine did you drink last night?
    B: Just a LITTLE. I went out, but I didn't drink too MUCH.

    Reply

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