ESL Grammar

Introduction to Count / Noncount Nouns

In this ESL grammar worksheet, students learn about using "There are" with count nouns and "There is" with noncount nouns.

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Count / Noncount Nouns (5)

 

 

With Count Nouns, you can use the words “There are”:

 

There are

a few cars

 

There are

a lot of shoes

There are

many houses

 

There are

a few cups

There are

some birds

 

There are

some people

 

 

With Noncount Nouns, you can use the words “There is”:

 

There is

a little time

 

There is

some cake

There is

a lot of corn

 

There is

much love

There is

some milk

 

There is

a lot of money

 

Write 2 sentences with “There is” and 2 sentences with “There are”:

Examples:

 

There is some milk in the kitchen.
There are some shoes in the classroom.

 

There is:
 

 

1. _____________________________________________

 

2. _____________________________________________

 

 

There are:
 

 

1. _____________________________________________

 

2. _____________________________________________

 

 

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