[Mit lösungen] Much oder Many Übungen im Englischen

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Exercise: much – many – a lot of – Much oder Many Übungen im Englischen

Merkwissen How much? (Wie viel?) / How many (Wie viele?)

How much (Wie viel?)

Wir benutzen „How much“ bei nichtzählbaren Nomen (Nomen ohne Plural) wie z.B milk, water, food, …

How much food do we need? Wie viel Essen benötigen wir?

How many (Wie viele?)

Wir benutzen „How many“ bei zählbaren Nomen (Nomen mit Plural) wie z.B. an apple, two apples.

How many tomatoes have we got? Wie viele Tomaten haben wir?

Merkwissen a little (ein wenig) / a few (ein paar, einige)

a little (ein wenig)

Wir benutzen „a little“ bei nichtzählbaren Nomen.

Would you like a little water? Möchtest du ein wenig Wasser?

a few (ein paar, einige)

Wir benutzen „a few“ bei zählbaren Nomen.

Can I have a few tomatoes, please? Kann ich ein paar /einige Tomaten haben?


Much oder Many Übungen im Englischen


Fill in the correct words:      much – many – a few – few – fewer –  a little –  little – less

Useful Phrases for Discussions & Comments [Einfach Erklärt]

It was raining, and there weren’t _______________ people in the streets.

He is a good runner; _____________ men are faster than him.

Would you like _______________ more meat ?

Hurry up! There’s __________________ time left !

Do you remember how __________________ coal we ordered ?

The Blakes have got ________________ children than the Crofts .

We buy very _____ books because we have very ______ time for reading.

That bottle is half empty, but there is even ________________ in this one.

_____________ boys do all their homework. They only do __________ .

Will you give me ________ money to buy _______sweets ?

Independent of, from oder to? [Welche Präposition ?]


Fill in the correct words:      much – many – a few – few – fewer –  a little –  little – less


It was raining, and there weren’t many   people in the streets.

He is a good runner; Few   men are faster than him.

Would you like a little   more meat ?

Hurry up! There`s little   time left !

Do you remember how much   coal we ordered ?

The Blakes have got fewer  children than the Crofts .

We buy very many/few   books because we have very much / little time for reading.

That bottle is half empty, but there is even less    in this one.

Few boys do all their homework. They only do  a little.

Will you give me a little  money to buy  a few   sweets ?

Sagt man In oder at the beginning ?


Translation training: much / many


!Translate the German sentences into English

Sir und Mam ? Wie kann man diese verwenden?

  1. Wie viel Geld hast du ?
  2. John hat zu viel Geld !
  3. Wie viele Freunde hat Phil ?
  4. Wie viel Sport macht Tom jede Woche ?
  5. Wie viele Stunden hat Tom montags in der Schule ?
  6. Wie viele Brüder hat Ann ?
  7. Jennifer schaut viel Fernsehen.
  8. Wie viel Fernsehen schaut Jennifer ?
  9. Wie viel kostet das Computerspiel ?
  10. Wie viele Bücher hast du?

What`s missing ? : ! Fill in much or many

  1. _________ cars 15. _________ cheese
  2. _________ music          16. _________ children
  3. _________ pictures    17. _________ time
  4. _________ flowers    18. _________ hours
  5. _________ milk          19. _________ kilometer
  6. _________ numbers    20. _________ butter
  7. _________ money      21. _________ words
  8. _________ tea   22. _________ lessons
  9. _________ girls   23. _________ water
  10. _________ pencils 24. _________ brothers
  11. _________ food 25. _________ salt
  12. _________ websites 26. _________ friends
  13. _________ sugar 27. _________ hair
  14. _________ women 28. _________ stars

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  1. How much money have you got ?
  2. John has too much money!
  3. How many friends has Phil got ?
  4. How much sport does Tom do every week ?
  5. How many lessons…. ?
  6. How many brothers has Ann got ?
  7. Jennifer watches too much TV.
  8. How much TV does Jennifer watch ?
  9. How much is the computer game ?
  10. How many books have you got ?

! Fill in much or many

  1. many cars                          15.  much  cheese
  2. much music                         16.  many  children
  3. many pictures                    17.  much  time
  4. many flowers                     18.  many  hours
  5. much milk                          19.  many   kilometers
  6. many numbers                    20.  much  butter
  7. much money                        21.  many  words
  8. much tea                            22.  many   lessons
  9. many girls                         23.  much  water
  10. many pencils 24. many  brothers
  11. much food 25.  much  salt
  12. many websites 26.  many  friends
  13. much sugar 27.  much  hair
  14. many women 28.  many  stars

MUCH oder MANY – A LOT OF


Use “much” or “many” for “a lot of”!

  • a) There were a lot of people at the concert. There were many people at the concert.
  • b) There was a lot of sugar in my coffee. There was much sugar in my coffee.
  • c) I saw a lot of frogs near the lake. I saw many frogs near the lake.
  • d) We had a lot of fun! We had much fun.
  • e) He ate a lot of ice cream. We ate much ice cream.
  • f) Oh no, there is a lot of snow outside! Oh no, there is much snow outside!
  • g) There were a lot of pupils at the zoo. There were many pupils at the zoo.
  • h) He had a lot of chocolate in his bag. He had much chocolate in his bag.
  • i) She had a lot of love letters in this box. She had many love letters in this box.
  • j) They drink a lot of water. They drink much water.
  • k) I bought a lot of coke for the party.
  • l) I bought much coke for the party.

Much oder Many & A Lot Of


Regel:            

  • much(viel) wird bei nicht zählbaren Singular-Substantiven genutzt
  • many(viele) wird bei zählbaren Plural-Substantiven genutzt

Much/Many werden meist in Fragen und Verneinungen genutzt. In positiven Sätzen, nimmt man meist a lot of. Nach too, as und so nimmt man aber nur much oder many.

A) Decide whether it is a countable or an uncountable noun! Write them down in the table. Translate any nouns you don’t know!

Information, homework, table, fun, cat, rice, child, hair, advice, salt, air, hand, pen, butter, milk, penny, bread, money, foot, hat, eye, game, pullover, scissors,

uncountable (nicht zählbar) countable (zählbar)

Write one sentence with each word from the table into your folder! Use the right form, either much, many or a lot of.

Put in much, many or a lot of.

    1. How is the bread?
    2. I have so homework to
    3. There aren’t children at the
    4. My sister eats
    5. They haven’t got time
    6. He listens to
    7. He listens to so
    8. Do you have cats at home?
    9. My aunt hasn’t got hats in her closet.

Much, Many and A Lot Of (Lösungen)

 

Regel:            

  •  much(viel) wird bei nicht zählbaren Singular-Substantiven genutzt
  • many(viele) wird bei zählbaren Plural-Substantiven genutzt

Much/Many werden meist in Fragen und Verneinungen genutzt. In positiven Sätzen, nimmt man meist a lot of. Nach too, as und so nimmt man aber nur much oder many.

A) Decide whether it is a countable or an uncountable noun! Write them down in the table. Translate any nouns you don’t know!

Information, homework, table, fun, cat, rice, child, hair, advice, salt, air, hand, pen, butter, milk, penny, bread, money, foot, hat, eye, game, pullover, scissors, food

uncountable (nicht zählbar) countable (zählbar)
information table
homework cat
fun child
rice hand
hair pen
advice penny
salt foot
butter hat
milk eye
bread game
money pullover
food scissor

 Write one sentence with each word from the table into your folder! Use the right form, either much, many or a lot of.

 Put in much, many or a lot of.

    1. How  much     is the bread?
    2. I have so  much     homework to
    3. There aren’t  many     children at the
    4. My sister eats  a lot of    
    5. They haven’t got much       time
    6. He listens to a lot of      
    7. He listens to so  much    
    8. Do you have  many     cats at home?
    9. My aunt hasn’t got  many     hats in her

Much/Many/some/any


Much/Many                       

Much und Many sind Mengenangaben.

Allerdings wird much bei nichtzählbaren Nomen verwendet, wie z.B. Wasser, Luft, Zucker,.. .

Many hingegen gebraucht man bei zählbaren Nomen, wie z.B. Auto, Zimmer, Wand, … .

Some/Any                              

Any wird in Fragen und Verneinnungen gebraucht, some in bejahten Aussagen.

Übungen                                     

Last Friday Derek went into the supermarket and there he met his neighbour Fred.

Fred: “ Hey, are you going to buy so ________(much/many) bananas and oranges?”

Derek: “Yes, I want to make _______ cakes for my mom’s birthday party. She has invited eighty persons.

Fred: “Show me your paper! Oh, you ______ (have / had / has to) buy thirty ice-creams? So ________?

Derek: “Yes. I have to.

Fred: “ What do you think? Does your mum need ______ (any/some) hamburgers?”

Derek: “Not so _______ (much/many)! But she’ll be happy!”

Übungen zum “going to” future                        

  1. Ralph – go – supermarket.
  2. Peter – to meet + to talk – his teacher.
  3. Mr McCan – to correct – tests – tomorrow.
  4. The pupil – to have – 20,00 € – next week.
  5. In three years –  I – to have – lap top.
  6. The team – to play –– three times per week –  from  next week on.
  7. Most children – to be – a policeman / a football player.
  8. The Albert Family– to walk – in the forest.
  9.  Mr Laukötter ‘s family – to build – a house.
  10. Marcel – to become – a famous drawer.
  11.  Class 10b – to be – best class of school in football.
  12. Ecko fresh – to become – “king of Germany”.
  13. Pelle – to work – as a carpenter.
  14. The farmer – to let – the cattle on the field.
  15. The German chancellor – to reduce – unemployment.

Much/Many/some/any


Last Friday Derek went into the supermarket and there he met his neighbour Fred.

Fred: “ Hey, are you going to buy so many(much/many) bananas and oranges?”

Derek: “Yes, I want to make many cakes for my mom’s birthday party. She has invited eighty persons.

Fred: “Show me your paper! Oh, you have buy thirty ice-creams? So many?

Derek: “Yes. I have to.

Fred: “ What do you think? Does your mum need any hamburgers?”

Derek: “Not so many. But she’ll be happy!”

Übungen zum “going to” future

  1. Ralph is going to go supermarket.
  2. Peter ist going to  meet and to talk to  his teacher.
  3. Mr McCan is going to correct the tests for tomorrow.
  4. The pupil are going to have  20,00 €  next week.
  5. In three years  I am going to have a lap top.
  6. The team is going to play  three times per week  from  next week on.
  7. Most children are going to be  a policeman or a football player.
  8. The Albert Family is/are going to walk in the forest.
  9.  Mr Laukötter ‘s family is going to build a house.
  10. Marcel is going to become a famous drawer.
  11.  Class 10b is going to be the best class of school in football.
  12. Ecko fresh is going to become “king of Germany”.
  13. Pelle is going to work as a carpenter.
  14. The farmer os going to let the cattle on the field.
  15. The German chancellor is going to reduce unemployment.

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