QUANTIFIERS

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QUANTIFIERS
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QUANTIFIERS
  1. A quantifier is a word or phrase which is used before a noun to indicate the amount or quantity
    1. Much
      1. Expresses the idea of ​​large quantity
        1. Frase negativa: There is not much time Frase interrogativa: How much money does he have? Frase afirmativa: We have much to do
      2. Many
        1. Express the idea of ​​large quantity
          1. Frase negativa: There are not many tourists, Frase interrogativa: How many cats do you have? Frase afirmativa: We have many friends.
        2. Some
          1. It is used for countless names or nouns as well as for plural countable nouns or nouns.
            1. Frase afirmativa/nombre contable: She has some apples. Frase afirmativa/nombre incontable: There is some milk in the kitchen. Frase interrogativa/nombre contable: Can I have some cookies? Frase interrogativa/nombre incontable: Would you like some coffee?
          2. Any
            1. It means some
              1. Frase negativa/nombre contable: I do not have any cats. Frase negativa/nombre incontable: He does not have any money. Frase interrogativa/nombre contable: Are there any changes? Frase interrogativa/nombre incontable: Is there any milk?
            2. No, None
              1. Unlike the particle "no," "none" can be used without being accompanied by a name, countable or uncountable
                1. Nombre contable: How many pencils are there? None. Nombre contable: There are no pencils. Nombre incontable: How much money do you have? None. Nombre incontable: I have no money.
              2. A lot of/Lots of
                1. we do not use them in interrogative phrases. In general, "lots of" is more informal.
                  1. Nombre contable: He has a lot of books. Nombre contable: He does not have a lot of books. Nombre incontable: I have lots of money. Nombre incontable: I do not have a lot of money.
                2. Little/A little
                  1. Expresan una cantidad pequeña y se usan sólo con nombres incontables.
                    1. Frase interrogativa: Do you have a little money? Frase afirmativa: We have little time.
                  2. Few/A few
                    1. They express a small number. They are used only with countable names.
                      1. Frase interrogativa: Do you have a few dollars?Frase afirmativa: There are few tourists here today.
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