Good day to you :)
A little preface:
It’s all in the amount.
So how can we talk about the amount of something in English?
Last time we discussed some/any and much/many and how we should use them with countable and uncountable nouns. This time we’ll learn some more sophisticated quantifiers that you can use with different types of nouns!
Do you know any such words?
First of all, let’s define “quantifier”: quantifiers are words which are used with nouns to show the amount of something.
Some popular quantifiers are several, few, little, some. Do you know how we can use them?
Nouns can be countable and uncountable. Some nouns are used as both countable and uncountable in different context: