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NAME: ___________________________________________________________________

SECTION A: GRAMMAR COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS a. Tell whether the underlined noun is countable or uncountable. 1. He used the computer to find more information. 2. She unfolded the towel on the sand. 3. There was too much furniture in the room. 4. A student sat down in her seat. 5. The radio was playing a beautiful song. 6. The teacher gave the students some advice. 7. Steven had to hang a picture on the wall. 8. Sarah played the music for the class. 9. The rice was steaming on a plate. ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________

10. She put the jelly bean into her mouth and chewed. ______________________ 11. Tabitha gathered research on the Internet. ______________________

12. The duty aide found a jump rope on the playground. _____________________ 13. She makes that dish using curry powder. 14. Sarah puts some sugar in her coffee. 15. The children are playing in the garden. ______________________ ______________________ ______________________

b. Complete with some or any. 1. Ive got some beautiful postcards from London. 2. There arent _____________ bananas for Stanley. 3. Have we got _____________ orange juice? 4. There are __________ books on that desk. 5. This soup is awful! There isnt ___________ salt in it! 6. There are ___________ beautiful toy cars in Stanleys room. 7. Have you got ____________ brothers or sisters? 8. Well done! There arent ______________ mistakes in your test! 9. Theres ____________ milk in the fridge. 10. Is there _______________ ice cream for me? COLLECTIVE NOUNS Complete each sentence by choosing the correct collective noun from the box at the bottom of the page. pod herd pack swarm litter troop pride gaggle flock flight band bunch school brood shoal

1. Swimming in the shallow water was a ______________ of herrings. 2. A ___________ of sheep was happily grazing in the field. 3. All night we could hear the _____________ of wolves howling. 4. Looking out to sea, we noticed a ___________ of dolphins swimming. 5. The _____________ of lions slept all day on the African plains. 6. A long ______________ of steps led to the top of the tower. 7. Our cat has just had a _______________ of seven kittens. 8. We each picked a _______________ of juicy grapes from the vine.

9. The hen waddled by with her _______________ of chicks. 10. A ______________ of thieves stole the precious diamonds. 11. In the jungle, we could see a __________ of monkeys swinging in the trees. 12. An enormous ______________ of locusts ate all the crops. 13. The ______________ of elephants stomped through the water hole. 14. The __________________ of geese made a terrible squawking sound. 15. We were in awe as we watched the ______________ of whales swimming.

POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE STATEMENT a. Change these sentences into negative statements. Example: I am writing a letter. I am not writing a letter.

1. Sabrina is ten years old.

2. Those men are policemen.

3. Rachel went to the library yesterday.

4. Paul reads the newspaper every morning.

5. My grandfather was sick last week.

b. Change these sentences into positive statements. Example: My brother isnt tall and thin. My brother is tall and thin.

1. Mr Chong and Mr Toh arent teachers

2. Danny doesnt know how to use a computer.

3. They havent finished their homework.

4. The gardeners dont water the plants every day

5. Mabel doesnt enjoy doing jigsaw puzzles.

SECTION B: SOCIAL LANGUAGE AND ANSWER Choose the best answer to fit the situation shown in the picture. 1.




















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