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Any, some, a few, a lot - Countable / Uncountable noun - Free English Test
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    Choose the correct option.

    • Do we have fruit left?

    • Yes, we still have fruit left.

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    • How apples do you need for an apple pie?

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    • I need only apples.

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    • Only 3 apples left? That’s not . I was hoping for more.

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    • Are those apples sweet enough or should I add sugar?

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    • Yes, add bit of sugar to make those apples sweeter.

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    • How eggs do you want me to use?

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    • Two eggs please and add milk.

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    • Some milk? How is that?

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