In this podcast, you’ll learn some uncountable nouns and some qualifying expressions so that you can talk about those nouns correctly in English.
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We’ve spoken about some quantifying expressions before:
Quantifiers | ‘some’ ‘lots of’ ‘a few of’ ‘most’ ‘loads of’ etc https://www.inglespodcast.com/140
Vocabulary – learn some new vocabulary every day.
Information – There’s a great deal of information on their webpage.
Money – English teaching, and podcasting, are very rewarding but you earn very little money.
Knowledge – A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.
Bread – We still have loads of bread leftover from breakfast.
Advice – Let me give you a bit of/a piece of advice, be patient and persistent.
Furniture – You’ve got too much furniture in this flat. You can’t move around without bumping into something.
Time – There’s not enough time in the day to do everything I want to do.
Equipment – Craig has a lot of recording equipment.
Love – A small amount of love goes a long way.
Luck – I wish you lots of luck and best wishes for the future.
Water – To stay healthy, you need to drink a large quantity of water daily.
Chocolate – There’s a large amount of chocolate in Craig’s kitchen.
Homework – You’ve got more than enough homework to keep you busy this weekend.
Music – I don’t listen to enough music these days.
Progress – You’ve made little progress this year.
Traffic – There was so much traffic in the city centre today that I arrived 30 minutes late.
Rubbish – There’s such a lot of rubbish in the street today – it’s a disgrace!
More than enough
A lot of
A great deal of
A large amount of
A large quantity of
A bit of / a piece of
A small amount of
Such a lot of
…and now it’s your turn to practise your English.
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