This program covers language for quantity how much and how many.It introduces count and non-count nouns, simple words, expressions andtips and a practice section.
In this program covers language for quantity - how much and how many.
Introduction: Carol, Barney, Steve and Serena introduce the program.
Language and grammar: Count nouns and Non-count nouns.
New words: a couple I a few I ahandful I a lot I a dozen
Funny things we say: How many left I How much left I One by one
Listen and repeat: Clips selected from this video, followed by areal time gap to repeat what you hear.
Tips: Carlos (from Mexico) and Tammy (from China) share their experiences about learning English, and give some tips.
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Simple English 07 – How much? How many? is a highly interactive course covering language for quantity – how much and how many. It introduces count and non-count nouns, simple words, expressions and tips, learning activities and a quiz. A practice section, Listen and Repeat, includes clips from the videos, followed by real time gaps to repeat what you hear.
Simple English 07 – How much? How many? is part of the Cutting Edge Simple English Series with great characters in realistic situations. Learners will enjoy practical activities that are useful at work and in life.
- Build confidence with conversational English
- Learn how to ask or describe how much or how many
- Learn simple grammar – Count nouns and Non-count nouns
- Build vocabulary word by word – a couple I a few I a handful I a lot I a dozen
- Learn to confidently use everyday expressions: How many left I How much left I One by one
- Practice speaking by listening to and repeating selected clips
- Listen to encouragement and suggestions to help build confidence learning English
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