IELTS Speaking Practice - Ways to Express Amounts and Numbers

March 7, 2017

 

 These pieces of grammar can be used for both the IELTS Speaking and Writing test. 

 

 

1. There are many/ There are multiple ... 

 

There are many types of food that I enjoy eating, including tranditional dishes of Vietnam. 

 

 

2. There are few/ a few ...

 

There are a few sport centres located near my house therefore I can keep fit regularly. 

 

 

3. There is a variety of/ There is a diversity of ... 

 

There is a variety of student's nationalities at my university, making it truly an international educational environment. 

 

 

4. There is a large/ small number/ amount of ....

 

There is a large amount of revision needed if students want to pass their final exams. 

 

 

Please note: Number goes with countable nouns such as student, table and computer, whereas Amount should be followed by uncountable nouns such as time, money and water. 

 

 

 

 

 

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