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Countable / uncountable nouns some, any, much, many, no

Nouns (imenice) in English can be countable (brojive) and uncountable (nebrojive). Copy the text below into your notebooks.

Countable and uncountable nouns are usually connected with food. Watch the video below.
Practice time! Follow the instructions in the text below.
To talk about unspecified quantities of something, we use SOME or ANY. Copy the below text into your notebooks.
Watch the video below to see when to use SOME/ANY.
Practice time! On the link below is a Liveworksheet on some/any/no.
Much or many? Copy the text below to find out.
Watch the video below on much/many for better understanding.
And a song for the end:-)
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Nikolina Curkovic
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