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  • best best best means better than all others in quality or value.

  • Just a peek bay.

  • Chesapeake Bay.

  • The Chesapeake Bay is an inlet of the Atlantic in Maryland and Virginia.

  • It is 200 miles or 320 kilometers long and 4 to 40 miles or 6 to 64 kilometers wide.

  • Corn on the cult.

  • Corn on the cob.

  • Corn on the cob is corn when cooked and eaten straight from the cob.

  • The part of corn that colonel's grow on an ear of corn, crabs, crabs.

  • Crab is a sea animal that has a hard shell, eight legs and two large claws.

  • Credit Credit credit is money that a bank or business will allow a person to use and then pay back in the future.

  • Dozen dozen a dozen is a group of 12 people or things here.

  • Here, an ear is the part of a corn plant on which the seeds grow freshest.

  • Freshest, freshest means the most fresh.

  • How many?

  • How many?

  • Many is used to refer to a large number of things or people.

  • How much how much, much means large an amount or extent.

  • Larger, larger, larger means greater in size or amount market market.

  • A market is a place where products are bought and sold.

  • Money.

  • Money Money is something such as coins or bills used as a way to pay for goods and services and to pay people for their work.

  • Most most most means almost all or the majority of motorboat.

  • Moat Herbal A motorboat is a boat with a motor.

  • Oldest oldest.

  • The oldest means having the highest age of a group.

  • Potomac RIVER, Potomac River.

  • The Potomac River is a river flowing from West Virginia to the Chesapeake Bay.

  • It flows between Maryland and Virginia.

  • Pound pound a pound is a unit of weight that is equal to 16 ounces, or about 1/2 of a kilogram.

  • River RIVER A river is a large natural flow of water that crosses an area of land and goes into an ocean or a lake sale.

  • Sale to sail means to travel on water in a ship or a boat.

  • A sale is a large piece of strong cloth that is connected toe a ship or boat and that is used to catch the wind that moves the ship or boat through the water.

  • Sailboat.

  • A sailboat is a boat that has a sale.

  • Sailor Sailor, A sailor is a person who works on a boat or ship as part of the crew.

  • Salad salad.

  • A salad is a mixture of raw grain vegetables, such as different types of lettuce, usually combined with other raw vegetables.

  • Say food.

  • Seafood Seafood is fish and shellfish that live in the ocean and are used for food.

  • Some some.

  • Some refers to an unspecified amount or number.

  • Spend.

  • Spend to spend means to use money to pay for something.

  • Water.

  • Water Water means an area of water, such as a lake, river or ocean waterfront waterfront.

  • A waterfront is the land or the part of a town next to the water oven, ocean river or lake.

  • When we want to talk about a number of things, we often use the words much and many to talk about the quantity.

  • There is a simple rule about when to use them toe.

  • Learn the rule.

  • You should know there are two kinds of now owns one kind is Countdown's.

  • These are things you can count.

  • You can put a number before these now owns.

  • For example, I have $3.

  • The other kind is non count announce.

  • These are things that are very small, like sand or a liquid, a gas, a concept or an activity.

  • You cannot put a number before these now, for example, I have to.

  • Cash is not correct.

  • We can count these things if they are in a container such as a box, a bag or a bottle.

  • For example, you can say I have two bags of cash use many with announce that has a plural form, these noun czar things that you can count.

  • For example, Pete asks, How many crabs do you want?

  • How many crabs do you want?

  • Use much with non countdown's?

  • These are announce that do not usually have a plural.

  • For example, Pete asks Ana, how much money can you spend?

  • One non count noun is corn.

  • If we want to count corn, we can talk about ears of corn.

  • Now you try it.

  • Look at the picture.

  • Ask a question with how much or how many?

  • I want to buy some corn.

  • How many ears of corn do you want?

  • Now?

  • Try it with this picture.

  • I need water to take to the gym.

  • How much water do you need?

best best best means better than all others in quality or value.

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Let's Learn English Level 1 - Lesson 30 - Speaking Practice

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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