ESL Grammar

Introduction to Count / Noncount Nouns

This ESL worksheet introduces students to count nouns (using "many") and noncount nouns (using "much").

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Count / Noncount Nouns (1)

 

With Count Nouns, you can use the word “many”:

Car

many cars

 

Shirt

many shirts

House

many houses

 

Cup

many cups

Boy

many boys

 

Hand

many hands

Computer

many computers

 

Pen

many pens

 

 

With Noncount Nouns, you can use the word “much”:

 

Water

much water

 

Homework

much homework

Sand

much sand

 

Soup

much soup

Money

much money

 

Snow

much snow

Time

much time

 

Hair

much hair

 

 

Write “many” or “much” in the blanks below:

 

 

1. I don’t have __________ hair, but I have ______ cars.


 

2. She has too __________ corn and too __________ cups.


 

3. I have too _____ homework! And I don’t have ______ time to do it!

 

 

4. We don’t have _______ money, but we have ________ friends!

 

 

 

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