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IELTS Academic Reading Ep. 2

You will find downloadable material, a summary, techniques and tips, as well as other important information about this skill below.


Lesson summary:

Episode: 2

In this evening's lesson, Kru. Jaem describes the use of adjectives and nouns, as well as countable and uncountable nouns. Quantifiers are also mentioned.

Important information:


  • Homework can be submitted via Line only for IELTS Reading.

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  • Students should download the recommended books.

Essential Points


  • Definition: Adjectives are words that describe or modify nouns. They provide more information about the qualities, characteristics, or attributes of a noun.

  • Example: In the phrase "a beautiful flower," "beautiful" is an adjective describing the quality of the noun "flower."


  • Definition: Nouns are words that represent people, places, things, or ideas. They serve as the main subject or object in a sentence.

  • Example: In the phrase "The cat is sleeping," "cat" is a noun representing the animal.

Countable Nouns:

  • Definition: Countable nouns are objects or things that can be counted individually.

  • Example: "Apples," "chairs," and "books" are countable nouns because you can count them: one apple, two chairs, three books, etc.

Uncountable Nouns:

  • Definition: Uncountable nouns are substances, concepts, or things that cannot be counted individually.

  • Example: "Water," "knowledge," and "sugar" are uncountable nouns. You don't say "two waters" but rather "some water."


  • Definition: Quantifiers are words or phrases that indicate the quantity or amount of a noun.

  • Examples:

    • Some: "I have some books."

    • Many: "There are many students in the class."

    • Few: "There are few opportunities left."

    • A lot of: "She has a lot of friends."

    • Much: "There isn't much time left."

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