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Countable and Uncountable Nouns

We have created a set of twenty-six different flashcards to help your students practice the difference between countable and uncountable nouns.

Choose between a full colour set, or outline flashcards for you (or your students) to colour in.



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B) Card Details

Our flashcards can be used to teach the following vocabulary:
       
 

• an apple

• some cheese
 

• some apples

• some sushi
 

• a banana

• some bread
 

• some bananas

• some honey
 
• an eggplant / aubergine
• some pineapple
  • some eggplants / aubergines • some cola
  • a tomato • some chocolate
  • some tomatoes • some cake
  • a flower
  • some flowers
  • an orange  
  • some grapes  
  • a pear  
 

• a cake

 
 

• a melon

 
 

• a pie

 
  • some cherries  
  • an onion  
     


C) Teaching Ideas


You can use these flashcards is many different ways.

Example sentence patterns could include:

Some / Any   There is some honey.
    There aren't any grapes
     
Would you like...?   Would you like some cake?
     
(Not) Enough   There isn't enough bread.
    There aren't enough apples.
     
(Too / How) Much / Many   How many apples are there?
    Is there much sushi?



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