TENSES ACTIVE PASSIVE
Present tense She writes a letter The letter is written by her
Past Tense She wrote a letter The letter was written by her
Present Perfect Tense She has written a letter The letter has been written by her
Past Perfect Tense She had written a letter The letter had been written by her
Present Continuous Tense She is writing a letter The letter is being written by her
Past Continuous Tense She was writing a letter The letter was being written by her
Present Perfect Continuous T. She has been writing a letter The letter has been being written by her
Past Perfect Continuous Tense She had been writing a letter The letter had been being written by her
Future Tense She will write a letter The letter will be written by her
Past Future Perfect She would have written a letter The letter would have been written by her
Past Future Perfect Cont. She would have been writing a letter The letter would have been being written by her.

QUANTIFIER

Countable Noun (CN) Uncountable Noun (UN)
All

Many

A large number of

A small number of

A great many of

A great number of

A lot of

Plenty of

A few

Some

Several

Every

Each

Both

Neither of

None

All

Much

A large amount of

A small amount of

A great deal of

A large quantity of

A lot of

Plenty of

A little

Some

none

NOTE AND COMPARE :

  1. All sugar is sweet

All of Mrs. Tina’s sugar is in the cupboard

  1. All cars have wheel

All of the guests’ cars have been identified

  1. All glasses are breakable

All glasses are full

All of those glasses are full

  1. A glass of milk.                   Two glasses of milk

A cup of coffee                   Three cups of coffee

A bottle of ink                    Ten bottle of ink

A piece of paper                 Twenty pieces of paper

A loaf of bread                   Two loaf of bread

A slice of meat                    four slices of meat, etc.

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