Decide which of the following sentences have the adjectives in a natural (good) order or an unnatural (strange) order.

1. An old blue sweater.
2. A Japanese expensive car.
3. A sexy young lady.
4. An English boring grammar book.
5. The two last months.
6. A black heavy laptop.
7. A pretty French village.
8. An ugly Swiss heavy watch.
9. A new terrible film.
10. A lovely white plastic table.
11. A funny little man.
12. gorgeous brown big eyes.
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Now use the adjective table to put the following adjectives into the correct order. Follow the example.

Example: a hair-drier German blue small
a small blue German hair-drier

1. a/an watch superb Italian old

2. a/an leather flat black small wallet

3. a/an Japanese fan beautiful red

4. my teacher French blonde sexy

5. a/an French writing-desk mahogany old

6. a/an plastic souvenir silver and gold disgusting

7. a/an china white round table-lamp

8. a/an brown-eyed gorgeous girl

9. a/an flat small expensive modern

10. My old teacher smelly English


a small blue German hair-drier

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Complete the gaps in the table.

Countable Uncountable
There are a lot of peanuts*
There are not many peanuts
Are there many peanuts?
There are too peanuts
There are far too many peanuts
There are few peanuts
There are a few peanuts
There are peanuts
There are too peanuts
There are far too few peanuts
There are more peanuts
There are peanuts
There are a little more peanuts
There are fewer peanuts
There is a lot of beer*
There is not beer
Is there much beer?
There is too much beer
There is beer
There is little beer
There is beer
There is very little beer
There is too little beer
There is far too little beer
There is beer
There is much more beer
There is beer
There is beer
*peanuts = cacahuetes (maní)
(peanuts are countable)
*beer = cerveza (beer is a liquid and, like coffee, wine,
sater, oil, etc. it is an uncountable noun)
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Choose the best uncountable noun for each sentence.
 

1. I’ve got too much and not enough free time at the moment. I’m feeling really stressed.
2. I love your antique . Did it belong to your grandparents?
3. I called my accountant to get some on this new contract we’re supposed to sign. I honestly don’t know what to do.
4. I didn’t expect you to arrive with so much . Why do you need 3 suitcases?
5. They say that ‘ broadens the mind’. In my case it certainly empties the wallet!
6. Let’s go to that Italian restaurant in the centre. I really fancy some tonight.
7. Do you mind if I put the BBC on? I want to catch up with the .
8. Excuse me. Is there anyone who can give me some on train times?.
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