The video for Day 30 of English Success teaches that expressions of quantity, such as some or most, can be used with count nouns or noncount nouns. However, most expressions of quantity can be used only for count nouns or only for noncount nouns.
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Write a paragraph that describes the kind of food or beverage that you consume little of–that is, eat or drink little of. If you like what you consume or you are satisfied with how much you consume, include the article a before few or little. If you do not like what you consume, or you are not satisfied with how much you consume, do not include the article a before few or little. You might even write, very few or very little. Here is an example paragraph:
I enjoy eating a few apples through the week, but I eat little fruit, otherwise. I start every day with a little cereal and a little coffee. I put very little sugar in my coffee, though. I guess that I eat a few snacks throughout the day.
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