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Gran: What do you want for lunch?
Kitty: I don’t know.
Gran: Well, let’s think about what we have.
Kitty: We have an apple, some eggs, some cheeses and a milk.
Gran: In English we can’t say ‘some cheeses’ and ‘a milk’
because they’re both uncountable nouns. You can’t count them.
Can you say one milk, two milks?
Kitty: Erm. Nope!
Gran: Exactly. We have to say ‘some cheese’ and ‘some milk’.
Kitty: So, for uncountable nouns we don’t add ‘s’?
Gran: Right! But be careful. Sometimes we use ‘some’ and
sometimes we use ‘any’.
Kitty: Hmm. OK, so we have some rice, some bread and some
grapes but we don’t have any pasta.
Gran: Do we have any juice?
Kitty: Yes, we have some orange juice but we don’t have any
apple juice.
Gran: You’re getting good at this! So how about a sandwich with
some cheese and some tomatoes and a glass of orange juice?
Kitty: And some sweets afterwards?
Gran: You can have one sweet, my sweetie!
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