Test Your Grammar Skills

Countable and Uncountable Nouns 1

Complete the sentences using either ‘a’ or ‘some’:

There is ________________ sand in my shoe.

There is ________________ five pound note in my wallet.

There is ________________ wine in the cupboard.

There is ________________ butter in the fridge.

There is ________________ peanut butter on the worktop.

There is ________________ radio in the kitchen.

There is ________________ toothbrush in the bathroom.

There is ________________ jam in the cupboard.

There is ________________ magazine in the living room.

There is ________________ queue at the post office.

There is ________________ luggage in the car.

There is ________________ suitcase in the bedroom.

There is ________________ flour in the cupboard.

There is ________________ sugar in your tea.

There is ________________ bicycle outside.

Check your answer:

some sand; a five pound note; some wine; some butter; some peanut butter; a radio; a toothbrush; some jam; a magazine; a queue; some luggage; a suitcase; some flour; some sugar; a bicycle.

  

Countable and Uncountable Nouns 2

Complete the sentences using either ‘a’ or ‘some’:

There is ________________ rice in the cupboard.

There is ________________ dog in the garden.

There is ________________ postman coming to the door.

There is ________________ alcohol in the fridge.

There is ________________ bathroom upstairs.

There is ________________ computer in the office.

There is ________________ oil on the floor.

There is ________________ ice on the windscreen.

There is ________________ shirt in the tumble dryer.

There is ________________ homework to do later on.

There is ________________ food on the table.

There is ________________ cheese in the fridge.

There is ________________ light switch on the wall.

There is ________________ vinegar on your chips.

There is ________________ pen in my pocket.

 

Check your answer:

 some rice; a dog; a postman; some alcohol; a bathroom; a computer; some oil; some ice; a shirt; some homework; some food; some cheese; a light switch; some vinegar; a pen.

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