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1. Choose There’s or There are to complete the sentences. Are the sentences true or false for you? Correct the false sentences.

 There’s / There are four people in my home.

      True / False ……………………………………………….

 At my school, there’s / there are a gym.

      True / False ……………………………………………….

 There’s / There are a swimming pool in my town.

      True / False ……………………………………………….

 There’s / There are six letters in my first name.

      True / False ……………………………………………….

 There’s / There are a lot of shops in my town.

      True / False ……………………………………………….

 There’s / There are a beach near my house.

      True / False ……………………………………………….

Answer

1   There are (Students’ own answers)

2   There’s (Students’ own answers)

3   There’s (Students’ own answers)

 There are (Students’ own answers)

5   There are (Students’ own answers)

 There’s (Students’ own answers)

2. Complete the sentences with some or any.

 We haven’t got …………………… milk for the cereal.

 I don’t want …………………… lettuce in my sandwiches.

 We need …………………… olives for this recipe.

 Please buy …………………… mushrooms at the supermarket.

 I can’t see …………………… prawns in the fridge.

 Have we got …………………… large tomatoes?

 Have …………………… rice with your chicken.

 Are we having …………………… fish at the barbecue?

Answer

1 any   2 any   3 some   4 some   5 any   6 any

7 some   8 any

3. Make the sentences negative. Be careful with some and any.

1   There’s some chicken in the fridge.

      There isn’t any chicken in the fridge.

2   I want some prawns on my pizza.

     ……………………………………..

3   I’m eating some melon with my breakfast.

     ……………………………………..

4   There’s a pineapple on the table.

     ……………………………………..

5   There are some tomatoes in the shopping bag.

     ……………………………………..

6   I want an egg for breakfast.

     ……………………………………..

7   I’ve got some apples.

     ……………………………………..

8   There are some sandwiches for your friends.

     ……………………………………..

Answer

2   I don’t want any prawns on my pizza.

3   I’m not eating any melon with my breakfast.

4   There isn’t a pineapple on the table.

5   There aren’t any tomatoes in the shopping bag.

6   I don’t want an egg for breakfast.

7   I haven’t got any apples.

8   There aren’t any sandwiches for your friends.

4. Put the words in the correct order to make questions. Then look at the picture above and write short answers.

 is / fish / any / there

     Is there any fish?

     Yes, there is.

 sandwiches / there / any / are

     …………………………………………….?

     ………………………….

 are / mushrooms / any / there

     …………………………………………….?

     ………………………….

 a / is / chicken / there

     …………………………………………….?

     ………………………….

 is / pineapple / there / a

     …………………………………………….?

     ………………………….

 prawns / there / any / are

     …………………………………………….?

     ………………………….

Answer

 Are there any sandwiches? Yes, there are.

3   Are there any mushrooms? No, there aren’t.

4   Is there a chicken? No, there isn’t.

 Is there a pineapple? Yes, there is.

 Are there any prawns? Yes, there are.

5. Complete the questions about your English classroom. Use the interrogative form of there is / are and any or a / an. Then write short answers.

1   Are there any windows?

     Yes, there are. / No, there aren’t.

2   …………………………… bin in the room?

     ……………………………

3   …………………………… whiteboard?

     ……………………………

4   …………………………… shelves on the walls?

     ……………………………

5   …………………………… table for the teacher?

     ……………………………

6   …………………………… cupboards?

     ……………………………

7   …………………………… computer?

     ……………………………

Answer

2   Is there a bin in the room? Yes, there is./No, there isn’t.

3   Is there a whiteboard? Yes, there is./No, there isn’t.

4   Are there any shelves on the walls? Yes, there are./No, there aren’t.

5   Is there a table for the teacher? Yes, there is./No, there isn’t.

6   Are there any cupboards? Yes, there are./No, there aren’t.

 Is there a computer? Yes, there is./No, there isn’t.

6. Complete the sentences with the correct form of there is or there are (affirmative, negative or interrogative).

1   …………………………… a jacket on the chair. Is it yours?

2   …………………………… any people in the café.

3   …………………………… any meat in this pie?

4   …………………………… a Japanese restaurant here, so we can’t have sushi.

5   …………………………… any apples on the tree?

6   …………………………… any sugar in my tea.

7   …………………………… a dishwasher in the flat?

Answer

1 any   2 a   3 any   4 any   5 an   6 some   7 any

7. Complete the dialogue with a, an, some or any.

Alice    We need to go shopping. Let’s make a list.

Tania   OK. Here’s a pen. You can write.

Alice    Perfect. So, have we got 1……………………… fruit?

Tania   There’s 2……………………… pineapple in the fridge, but we haven’t got 3……………………… oranges.

Alice    Right. Have we got 4……………………… vegetables?

Tania   We’ve got a lettuce, some tomatoes and a cucumber. Oh and there’s 5……………………… onion.

Alice    OK. What about rice and pasta?

Tania   We’ve got 6……………………… pasta, but there isn’t 7……………………… rice.

Alice    Right. What else?

Answer

1 many   2 How much   3 a few   4 a lot of   5 a little

6 How many   7 much

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