Practice by reading the dialogue with your tutor. After you are done, switch roles and do it again! 📘
- K: How much will the shirt cost me? 📘
- D: It costs $50.00. I only have a few. 📘
- K: Would you take less than $50.00? 📘
- D: I will sell it to you for $45.00. 📘
Review how to use “how much” and “how many.” 📘
Go over the vocabulary and below with your tutor. 📘
Fill in the blank with how many or how much. 📘
- How many shirts do you have?
- _________ does this shirt cost?
- _________ apples did you buy?
- _________ soda did you drink?
- _________ people will go?
Fill in the blank with “how many” or “how much.” 📘
- I would like to sell my car? How much will it cost me?
- We need more bananas? ________ do we need?
- They need more apples? ________ do they need?
- You and I need to sell our house? ________ will we sell it for?
- Will you take less for the car? ________ less?
Fill in the blank with “few” or “little.” 📘
- There are only a few bottles of soda.
- I have a ______ time to take the test.
- She has a ________ money in the bank.
- They need a _______ minutes.
- Can you give me a _______ money?
Fill in the blank with few or little. 📘
- Can you take me to the movies? I can take you in a few hours.
- How much milk do we need? We need a _______ milk.
- How much does the car cost? It costs a _______ more than $12,000.
- How many friends do you have? I have a _______ friends.
- How many vacation days do you have? I have a ______ days.
- How much did your shirt cost?
- How much do you pay for Cambly?
- How many fingers do you have?
- How long is your lesson today?