Food & Drink Quiz by English Club ESL Quizzes

Concentration Games by 1-language.com
1. Food
2. Drinks, Desserts
3. Fruit

Fast Food by ELSA
1. Match picture and word
2. Fill in the blank
3. Crossword Puzzle

Fruit- Match picture with the word by ELSA
Seafood- Match the picture with the meaning by ELSA

Match picture and word by ELSA
Vegetable 1
Vegetable 2

Food Quantifiers-Crossword puzzle by Karin's ESL PartyLand

One gap-fill exercise created by Suksan Suppasetseree




1. Noun (countable and uncountable noun)


Four introductions and exercises by ELC Study Zone Home Page
Regular Plurals of Nouns (Introduction & 2 exercises)
Irregular Plurals of Nouns (Introduction & 2 exercises)
Count and Non-Count Nouns (Introduction & 2 exercises)
How to Count Non-Count Nouns (Introduction & 2 exercises)

Countable nouns , Uncountable nouns and Nouns that can be countable and uncountable by EnglishClub.com

Explanation by 1-language.com

This information page by www.EduFind.com, the education resources website reviews what we've learned about countable and uncountable nouns, and introduces the next topic--adjectives with countable and uncountable nouns.

Explanation by Brenda Sansom-Moorey

English Tip by English Nanny

A Review of Countable and Non countable Nouns by ESL Department - College of San Mateo


One linked exercise by Yindii Dot Com Co., Ltd.

One linked exercise by butler.cc.tut.fi

This exercise by UNE EDUCATION POUR DEMAIN will help you develop a good feel for countable and uncountable nouns.

Three linked exercises by ESL BLUE(s)
Exercise 1
Exercise 2
Exercise 3

These 2 exercises from Activities for ESL Students, a project by The Internet TESL Journal ask you to unscramble some uncountable (or non-countable) nouns.
Exercise 1
Exercise 2

Another linked exercise from Activities for ESL Students, a project by The Internet TESL Journal

This is a drag and drop exercise by Nicola Jayne Dokel

This link from English as a Second Language with Kenneth Beare takes you to a quiz. Can you tell which are the countable nouns and which are uncountable?

One linked exercise by 1-language.com

2. Some, any, a lot of, lots of, much and many etc..


Introduction and 1 exercise by servling.com

Go to rule
Go to example
Go to exercises

This page by Purdue University Online Writing Lab gives a nice summary of some adjectives used with countable and uncountable nouns.


One linked exercise on some / any by Learn4good.com

One exercise on some/any by www.better-english.com

Try 1 intermediate exercise and usage from Learn4good.com

One linked exercise by Guide to Grammar and Writing

This exercise from Une Education Pour Demain will help you start to develop a feel for when to say "much" and when to say "many".

One linked exercise by English Club ESL Quizzes

One linked exercise by English as a Second Language with Kenneth Beare

3. Should + infinitive


Study should& shouldn't from EclecticEnglish.Com

Introduction and exercises by Englishpage.com

Modal verb -should by Paul Shoebottom at Frankfurt International School

Guide to Modals by English Work!


Match the advice to the statement; interactive from www.better-english.com
Exercise 1
Exercise 2

Modal quiz by Esl-Classroom.com


Listening 1 : Going to see the doctor
Listening 2 : Ordering food
Listening 3 : A Potluck Party


Listening 1
Listening 2
Listening 3


Reading 1: Korean Cuisine
Reading 2: Difference between Chinese and Western food
Reading 3: Thai herbs


Writing a Thai Cooking Recipe

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