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Many / Much / Few / Little

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Lesson 5
Many / Much / Few / Little
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I. Vocabulário essencial
Steaks:
Choice:
Aged beef:
Cut fresh:
Daily:
To start from:
To feature:
Lunch:
Fries:
Draft beer:
Beverage:
10% off:
Breakfast:
Dinner:
All-you-can-eat:
Fresh eggs
Sausage:
Pepper:
Onion:
Hash:
Chicken nuggets:
Toast:
Pancake:
Country gravy:
Grits:
Potatoes:
Jelly:
Bagels:
Cheese:
Desserts:
Ice cream:
Cakes:
And much more:
Home style cooking:
Entrees:
Soups:
Rice:
4 pm – 11 pm:
Wine:
Available:
Prices:
Subject to:
Without notice:

II. Vocabulário desenvolvido
Price
At a high price:
At a low price:
At any price:
Pricey:
Price control:
Priceless:
Price tag:
Health is beyond price:
Price list:
To go up in price:
Price-cutting:
It’s within my price:

Egg
Fried eggs:
Scrambled eggs:
Soft-boiled eggs:
Hard-boiled eggs:
Poached eggs:
To put all eggs into one basket:
Rotten eggs:
White of an egg:
Yolk of an egg:
Eggbeater:
Egg-bomb:
Egg cell:
Egg-flip:
Eggplant:
Egg-shaped:
Eggshell:

III. Many/much/few/little

Many, much
Quantitatives
Many – muitos (muitas) – usos: antes de substantivos contáveis (substantivos que podem ser contados um a um, têm plural, como dogs, men, children, apples, hours, doors, shows, etc.) no plural . No modelo MANY + OF + OBJECT PRONOUN.
Much – muito (muita) – usos: antes de substantives incontáveis (substantivos que não podem ser contados um a um e não têm plural, como coffe, tea, time, excitement, information, news, furniture, Love, gold, bread, etc.). Antes de adjetivos ou advérbios em sua forma comparativa. No modelo MUCH + OF + THE + SUBSTANTIVO

Sinônimos: A LOT OF, LOTS OF, PLENTY OF, A GRET DEAL OF, A GOOD DEAL OF.
Formas enfáticas: very much / very many / too much / too many

Exemplos: Gabriel knows many children at school. We haven´t got much time to argue with you. I have lots of friends in Portugal. Maria Clara drinks too much coffee. A lot of money will be necessary for this project. There are too many people starving in the world today. Thank you, very much. This book is much thicker than that one. The news was sad for many or them. Much of the work hasn’t been completed.

IV. Few, a few, little, a little
Quantitative
Few – poucos (as) (A few – uns poucos, umas poucas) – usos: antes de substantivos contáveis no plural. No modelo (A) FEW + OF + OBJECT PRONOUN
Little – pouco (a) (A little – um pouco) – usos: antes de substantivos incontáveis. No modelo (A) FEW + OF + OBJECT PRONOUN

Formas enfáticas: very few / too few / very little / too little

Exemplos: Rafael knows few children at school. All you need is a little patience. This matter is of little importance. I saw her a few months ago, in Brussels. Few of us would agree with Jackie. We can count on too few friends. They have done too little of the work we assigned them.

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