Countable and uncountable nouns with “a”, “an”, “some”, “any”, “How much?” and “How many” for A1/A2 students.

Using quantifiers with countable and uncountable nouns may be challenging, particularly when you teach young learners.  They need a lot of practice. In my last post on that subject, I used the idea of cooking pancakes. This time it is baking an apple pie. I prepared a worksheet with three exercises, one of which involves playing a video. I’m going to use the worksheets myself, and I hope the lesson will encourage my students to do an extra project which is making their own video on baking an apple pie.

How to bake an apple pie – Student Worksheet

Apple Pie by Grandma Ople – video


Answers:

Ex. 2

  1. an   2. a   3. a   4. some   5. some   6. some   7. some   8. any   9. any   10. some   11. many   12. any   13. much   14. some   15. an

Ex. 3

  1. b   2. a   3. c   4. a   5. b   6. c   7. c   8. c

You may also be interested in other lesson ideas:

Countable and uncountable nouns with ‘a’, ‘an’, ‘some’, ‘any’, ‘much’, ‘many’ for A1+ students

‘Will’, ‘be going to’ and the first conditional in a video quiz (A1+)

Adverbs of manner for beginners (A1)

‘Should’ and ‘shouldn’t’ – lesson ideas for A1 students

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