Noun 1 Group these nouns into countable and uncountable

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14 Put questions to the words in italics.

1. He is looking at me in surprise.

2. My brother is a student.

3. This letter is from my friend.

4. / live on the third floor.

5. We are waiting for them.

6. They met me at the library yesterday.

7. This book is hers.

8. He asked for a cup of black coffee.

9. This girl is my sister.

10. Ann called me yesterday.

11. Some English dictionaries are lying on the table.

12. Maths is the most difficult subject for me.

13. The dinning room is the largest room in our flat.

14. / saw a very interesting film yesterday.

15. His parents are abroad now.

15 Translate from Russian into English.

1. Кто мне звонил? — Виктор.

2. О чем это вы разговаривали вчера?

4. Что ты предпочитаешь: чай или кофе?

5. На каком этаже ты живешь? — На пятом.

6. Какой месяц самый холодный в Белоруссии?

7. Кто из них отсутствовал вчера на лекции?

8. Чьи книги на столе? — Не знаю.

9. Я давно не видел Петра, что с ним случилось?

10. В какое время мне прийти: в два или в три часа?

11. С кем бы ты хотел поговорить?

12. Кто все эти люди?

13. Какую книгу ты купил вчера?

14. Я еще не знаю, кого попросить помочь.

15. Он именно тот человек, который нам нужен.

16. Он показал мне письмо, которое получил от брата.

17. На каком языке он говорит лучше: на английском или на немецком?

18. Тебе кто-то звонил, но я не знаю кто.

19. Чьим словам ты бы поверил?

20. Это не то, что я хочу.

16 Choose the right word from the brackets.

1. Have you got (any/some) free time on Friday evening?

2. There was (some/any) strange noise outside.

3. Is there (any/some) juice left in the fridge?

4. He can do this without (any/some) help.

5. Have you got (some/any) sisters or brothers?

6. Do you know if (some/any) of the Browns are coming on Sunday?

7. We found their house without (some/any) difficulty.

8. Could I have (some/any) coffee?

9. Do you know (some/any) funny jokes?

10. I refuse to give him (any/some) help.

11. There isn't (some/any) coffee left, we must buy (some/ any).

12. Do you want (any/some) apples? Here are (some/any).

13. Can you give me (any/some) more imformation?

14. Have you (any/some) more books?

15. Take (some/any) jam, please. It's very tasty.

17 Use some/any + body/thing/where.

1. It's rather nasty outside, I'm not going ... tonight.

2. She refuses to have ... to do with him now.

3. I'am not going to tell you ... about this.

4. Does ... understand this?

5. I haven't told this to ... else.

6. Would you like ... to eat? — Thanks, I am not hungry.

7. Excuse me, you've dropped .... Yes, look, it's your purse.

8. Does ... agree with me?

9. Is there ... new?

10. Has ... called me?

11. Let me know if ... happens.

12. ... called you but he didn't say his name.

13. Don't go ... today. We'll have to meet.

14. We haven't told ... about it.

15. Where can I see ... who can give some information on this question?

18 Complete the following sentences by choosing no/every + body/ thing/where.

1. ... wanted to help me and I was thankful to them.

2. I could find this book ... and was very disappointed.

3. There was ... strange in his behaviour.

4. The weather was nice and there were many people ....

5. ... could do this for you.

6. ... looks so nice under the shining moon and stars.

7. I was looking for him ... , but all was in vain.

8. ... except Ann enjoyed the party.

9. ... tells me anything.

10. ... was tired and went to bed early.

11. Is ... clear to you? — I'm sorry, but I understand ....

12. When I came home there was ... there.

13. He who praises ... praises ....

14. What did you say? — ....

15. I've lost my keys. I've looked ... for them.

19 Fill in the spaces with some/any/no/ everybody (one)/thing/ where.

1. He is rather lonely here, he doesn't know ....

2. I've got absolutely ... to say.

3. She always tells her problems to ... who will listen.

4. There is ... in the drawer. I took ... out.

5. I was looking for a present for my mother but I didn't find ... suitable.

6. We have received replies from ... but Jane.

7. ... now depends 011 what happens at the next week's meeting.

8. ... has happened to upset him but we don't know what it is.

9. She said ... interesting.

10. I wasn't sure what had happened so I said ... to both of them.

11. He was ill for a week but ... visited him.

12. Is there ... here who can answer this question?

13. Did you go ... interesting this summer?

14. Is there ... I can do to help?

15. When we came, there was ... there already.

16. I was so pleased when you rang — I hadn't spoken to ... all day.

17. The sort of bad manners will get you ....

18. It's a surprise for me I heard ... about it.

19. We thought there must bfe something wrong because we hadn't heard ... from you.

20. Did you notice ... strange about him?

20 Translate from Russian into English.

1. Кто-то оставил дверь открытой.

2. Не спрашивай его. Он ничего не знает об этом.

3. Ты можешь звонить мне в любое время.

4. Я принес тебе почитать интересную книгу.

5. Тебе кто-то звонил. Где ты был?

6. Ты можешь купить эту книгу в любом магазине.

7. Кто это? — Это Виктор.

8. Ничего нельзя сделать в этой ситуации.

9. К сожалению, я не услышал ничего нового от тебя.

10. Вчера все присутствовали на лекции?

11. Это легкий текст. Любой может перевести его.

12. Мне кажется, я где-то его встречал.

13. Спасибо, я ничего не хочу. Я только что пообедал.

14. Не волнуйся, все уже готово.

15. Все прибыли вовремя, и собрание началось ровно в 14.00.

16. Мне здесь не нравится. Пойдем куда-нибудь еще.

17. Никто из нас не смог ответить на этот вопрос.

18. Он обычно никуда не ходит по вечерам.

19. Все понимают, что ты не прав.

20. Возьми любую книгу, какую хочешь.

21. Мне кажется, он что-то знает об этом.

22. Я себя плохо чувствую и никуда сегодня не пойду.

23. К сожалению, никто не знал его адреса.

24. Все говорят, что лекция была интересной.

25. Любой из нас мог помочь тебе. Почему ты ничего не сказал?

26. Я не вижу ничего странного в ее поведении.

27. Всякий знает это.

28. Дай мне немного воды, пожалуйста.

29. Кто-нибудь из гостей уже приехал?

30. В комнате кто-то есть. Я слышу голоса.

31. Он ничего не сказал и ушел.

32. Все были рады видеть нас.

33. Я везде искал свои ключи, но так и не нашел их.

34. У меня есть немного денег с собой.

35. Любой человек поймет, что ты не прав.

36. Я сделаю все возможное, чтобы помочь тебе.

37. Ты хочешь сказать что-нибудь еще или это все?

38. Сегодня по-английски говорят практически везде.

39. Он не будет слушать, поэтому я больше ничего не скажу.

21 Complete the sentences with much/many/a lot of.

1. Have you got ... work to do today? — Quite ....

2. How ... sisters or brothers have you got?

3. There isn't ... useful information in this article.

4. I don't know ... people here. Do you?

5. This town is too small. There aren't ... tourists here.

6. Usually I don't have breakfast before my studies but I drink ... coffee.

7. How ... money do you spend a month?

8. Vegetarians eat ... vegetables and fruit.

9. I've got ... problems at this moment.

10. We visited ... interesting places during our stay in London.

11. How ... does he smoke? — Too ....

12. Are there going to be ... people at the lecture?

13. Do you have ... trouble with English?

14. It takes me ... time to get to the university.

15. I'm sorry but not ... people understand your ideas.

22 Fill in the spaces with the words from the box.

much, many, a lot of, lots of, a great deal of, a number of, plenty of

1. We have complained about it... times, but they still haven't done anything about it.

2. It's very kind of you to offer your help, but there isn't really ... work to do.

3. He showed ... of interest to this project.

4. He is a very clever man. He has got ... new ideas.

5. We must hurry, we haven't got ... time.

6. Don't worry, there's ... time.

7. What was wrong? You were making ... noise last night.

8. We've put ... energy into this plan, I hope it works.

9. Usually I drink ... coffee in the morning.

10. How ... money have you got on you?

11. Do you watch TV...? — I'm afraid, I do.

12. Fortunately they didn't ask me ... questions.

13. She knows ... but she still has ... to learn.

14. They didn't spend ... money on their holiday.

15. We'll find where to stay, there are ... hotels in this town.

23 Read the following sentences. Put "right" if they are correct and give the right variant of the wrong ones.

1. She is lucky. She has little problems.

2. We couldn't understand each other, he could speak English little.

3. Why do you drink so much coffee in the evening?

4. I'm not very busy tonight. I haven't many work to do.

5. There were few people at the meeting yesterday.

6. On Sundays I've got much free time.

7. Usually she makes very few mistakes in her tests.

8. There's little food in the fridge.

9. Many people were invited but little came.

10. Few people have heard of him.

11. It's a very good cafe. There are few people here.

12. Do you spend many time on your homework?

13. He is so friendly, he has so much friends.

14. There are very little illustrations in his book.

15. I have plenty of time on my days off.

24 Put in little/a little/few/a few.

1. When did you see Nick? — ... days ago.

2. He is unknown to me. I know ... about him.

3. Wait a bit, I need ... minutes to get ready.

4. They are going away for ... days.

5. Please give me ... water. I'm thirsty.

6. They are not rich. They've got ... money.

7. Let's go for a walk. I need ... fresh air.

8. Not ... people understand his ideas.

9. Do you drink much coffee? — No, just ... .

10. I don't know what to do. Could you give ... help?

11. We waited ... minutes and then left.

12. She speaks Arabic ....

13. I want ... words with you, please.

14. We could easily understand him. He could speak English ....

15. We could hardly understand him. He could speak English ....

25 Use less/the least/fewer/the fewest.

1. I've got ... money than I thought.

2. Do you want more time and ... money, or more money and ... time?

3. He drives ... carefully than I expected.

4. It was the ... successful day in my life.

5. There were ... problems than I expected.

6. He is very clever but he has got ... self-confidence of anyone I know.

7. This is a very good car. It needs ... repairs.

8. He has earned ... money than he expected.

9. I speak English ... fluently than a year ago.

10. I feel ... optimistic about the future than a year ago.

11. He's had ... days off work of anybody in the office.

12. He was the person who made ... mistakes in the test.

13. This place is ... place I know.

14. Ann is ... shy than Jane.

15. It was ... successful party we had.

2b Complete the following sentences using a proper pronoun (variants are possible).

1. Have you got ... English books in your library?

2. Unfortunately there were very ... people there.

3. He has ... friends. He is very lonely.

4. Listen to me, please. I'm going to give ... advice.

5. The village was very small. There were only ... houses.

6. How ... time does it take you to get here?

7. I don't know ... about this matter.

8. There are ... English books in the library.

9. Hurry up. We have got very ... time.

10. There is ... hope that everything will be OK.

11. Do you drink ... or ... coffee in the evening?

12. There were ... people at the lecture today than yesterday.

13. We'll rest ... minutes and go back.

14. ... think that the situation will improve.

15. Did you take ... photographs at the party? — Yes, I took ... .

16. Can I have ... juice, please?

17. How ... time do we need to get here?

18. I like ... milk in my tea, please.

19. Do you have any homework to do? — Yes, ... .

20. How ... times a week do you have your English classes?

27 Translate from Russian into English.

1. Поспешим. У нас осталось не очень много времени до отправления поезда.

2. Я услышал лишь половину из того, что они говорили.

3. Осталось лишь несколько дней до нашего отъезда.

4. Постарайся меньше тратить времени понапрасну.

5. Дай мне немного воды, пожалуйста.

6. В комнате было много мебели, и она казалась маленькой.

7. Лишь немногие люди могут позволить себе купить такую машину.

8. Он проявляет мало интереса к учебе.

9. Он зарабатывает не очень много денег, но ему нравится его работа.

10. Многие его идей очень интересны.

11. Я смог понять совсем немного из того, что он сказал.

12. Сколько студентов в вашей группе?

13. Мне бы хотелось перекинуться парой слов с тобой.

14. Во время экскурсии мы увидели много интересного.

15. Вчера в тесте я сделал меньше ошибок.

16. Я встречал его много раз, но так и не запомнил его имени.

17. На лекции было совсем мало народу, что очень удиви­тельно.

18. Лишь немногие люди слышали об этом событии.

19. Прошлой осенью выпало много осадков в виде дождя.

20. Давай подождем ее еще немного.

21. Ему следует поменьше болтать, а больше работать.

22. У него совсем мало друзей.

23. Мы не видим большой пользы продолжать дискуссию.

24. В молодости он очень много путешествовал по стране.

25. Ты проводишь очень много времени перед телевизором.

28 Put in all/everything/everybody.

1. They say ... in the world is good for something.

2. He who praises ... praises nobody.

3. ... said the same thing.

4. Not ... my friends approved what I did.

5. Life is like nothing, because it is ... .

6. Goodbye ... — I'll see you next week.

7. Don't worry, ... is ready for the meeting.

8. He may be responsible for many of the problems, but you can't blame him for ....

9. ... the people were tired and went to bed early.

10. ... involved in the accident has been questioned by the police.

11. We ... know it. Why aren't you aware of this fact?

12. ... now depends on what happens at the next week's meeting.

13. ... the students came to the lecture on time.

14. ... in favour of this proposal, please raise your hand.

15. We are ... glad to see you again.

29 Use all/whole to make phrases.

the food; the roses; a class; a family; a week; the luggage; the boys; the country; Europe; the traffic; the month; the money; the night; the time; the book; the world; the building; hope; the thing; the town.

30 Complete the following sentences using other/others /another.

1. Gerald Durrell wrote a book called "My Family and ... Animals."

2. Tell the ... people to get ready as quick as possible.

3. Give me ... example, please.

4. Some people prefer a vegetarian diet, while ... prefer a meatbased diet.

5. They looked at one ... for a moment.

6. Would anyone like ... piece of cake?

7. What ... leisure facilities does the town have?

8. Ask me some ... time, when I am not busy.

9. They gave one ... presents when they met.

10. Could I have ... cup of coffee?

11. Just think, in ... three months it'll be summer again.

12. We haven't seen one ... for ages.

13. Are there any ... people we should speak to?

14. I'm not surprised he's feeling ill — he was eating one ice­cream after ....

15. She gave me one book last week and promised to bring the ... on Tuesday.
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