Using ‘some’ ‘a few’ ‘a lot’

We use ‘some/few/a lot when describing a quantity we can’t count like flowers in a meadow of clouds in the sky. We also use them when we don’t need to be accurate, for example “I made some cakes.”

They are useful when making a comparison for example:

She had a few colds last winter but this winter she had a lot.

‘A lot’ can be shortened to ‘lots of’

Watch the video lesson here’s: LINK TO LESSON

Here are some more examples:

I’ve been to the theatre a few times this year.

A few of the girls had long hair.

Last year I had a few grey hairs. Now I have a lot.

We only had a few figs on the tree last year but this year we have lots (a lot).

I would like some cherries.

Would you like some wine?

Some of the women wore hats.

I saw lots of poppies in the meadow.

Would you like some bread?

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