English Online Course for Beginners - Unit 3
The third unit introduces the present simple. We use the simple present to talk about what we do every day. The focus of this lesson is on the singular and plural forms of nouns. This includes the use of countable and uncountable nouns, this, that, these and those, and the use of 'some' and 'any' words.
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Unit 3 - Present Simple, Countable and Uncountable, This, That, These and Those, Some and Any
- What do you do every day?
Basic questions and conversations using the simple present to talk about what you do every day.
Countable and Uncountable: Singular and Plural
- Singular and Plural
Learn about how the singular and the plural are formed in English.
- How many apples do you have?
Countable and uncountable nouns with "a, an, some", as well as questions with "How much...?" and "How many ...?".
- How many peoples?!
Take this quiz on singular, plural, countable and uncountable nouns.
Some and Any
- Are there any apples?
Use of "some" and "any" - and "some" and "any" words such as something, anywhere, somebody, etc.