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Partitive Expressions nedir?
Genel olarak partitive expressions bir bütünün belli parçasını nicelik ya da belirli bir kısım olarak ifade eden sözcük ya da sözcük öbeklerine denir. Partitives bazen “partitive nouns” ya da “partitive noun phares” olarak da adlandırılmaktadır. Bu yapıları countables ve uncountables nouns isimler için kullanabiliriz. Ancak büyük çoğunlukla uncountables ile kullanılırız. Böylelikle sayılamayan isimlere bir çeşit ölçülebilme olanağı sağlamış oluyoruz.
Partitives with abstract nouns
An act of violence
The results of daily acts of gun violence.
An act of Parliament
An Act of Parliament creates may change the existing law.
An act of kindness
I am grateful for your act of kindness.
A bit of advice
I need a bit of good advice for the holiday.
An act of vandalism
The acts of vandalism damaged the bank.
A bit of luck
You might pass the exam with a bit of luck.
A bit of knowledge
I have a bit of knowledge about American History.
A grain of truth
There was a grain of truth on what he had told.
A piece of work
It is also used forvery unkind or unpleasant persons
You’re a real piece of work, aren’t you?
A piece of work
That is an excellent piece of work from Shakespeare.
A piece of advice
Her father gave me a piece of advice
A pang of regret
I instantly felt a pang of regret.
A pang of guilt
She feels a pang of guilt about her cancellations.
A pang of remorse
A pang of remorse went through him.
A rush of jealousy
He felt an enormous rush of jealousy.
A rush of excitement
This city always gives me a rush of excitement.
A rush of anger
A rush of anger took me over when I read the content.
A wink of sleep
I didn’t get a wink of sleep all night.
a wave of panic
A wave of senseless panic spreads through the countryside.
a wave of protest
The massive waves of protests from the twentieth century.
A wave of immigrants
A new wave of immigrants is expected.
A wave of strikes
The latest wave of strikes destroyed the village.
Partitives with containers
A barrel of beer
They pay tax on every barrel of beer they produce.
A basket of fruit
The winner receives a basket of fruit.
A bottle of milk
She has never bought a bottle of milk.
A can of hairspray
Six dollars for a can of hairspray is affordable.
a can of fish
I just opened up a can of tuna fish.
A can of soup
I will open a can of mushroom soup.
A carton of cigarettes
He carried a carton of cigarettes
A cartoon of eggs
He placed a carton of eggs into a plastic sack.
A carton of fruit juice
They arrived with a carton of orange juice.
A cup of milk
We cannot give them a cup of milk once a day.
A cup of coffee.
Sometimes a cup of coffee is enough.
A cup of tea
We started with a cup of tea.
A dollop of tomato sauce
You should serve it with a dollop of tomato sauce.
A glass of beer
he ordered a glass of beer.
A glass of water
He sipped from a glass of water.
A jar of jam
The $10 fee includes a jar of jam.
A jar of peanut butter
He unpacked a loaf of bread and a jar of peanut butter.
A jug of water
I always carry a jug of water in the car.
A keg of beer
A keg of German beer will be tapped on Sunday.
A mug of cocoa
We would have been better off with a mug of cocoa.
A packet of cigarettes
He had a packet of cigarettes inside his jacket.
A pack of cigarettes
There is A pack of cigarettes on the sofa.
A pot of strawberry yogurt
Drizzle half a pot of natural yogurt over it.
A pot of tea
She is about to make a pot of tea.
A roll of silver foil
She tried to sell us a roll of aluminum foil.
A roll of film
There’s a roll of film in her briefcase.
A stack of envelopes
She stood clutching a stack of white envelopes.
a tube of paste
I squeezed the last of a tube of tomato paste into it.
A tube of toothpaste
It looks like a tube of toothpaste.
A vase of flowers
What about putting a vase of flowers on the table?
Partitives with food
A bunch of grapes
I got a bunch of grapes, and a banana,
A bunch of bananas
They look like a bunch of green bananas.
A bunch of parsley
Just finely chop a bunch of parsley.
A joint of beef
I will buy a joint of beef from my local butchers
A loaf of bread
You should buy a loaf of bread with a hard crust.
A lump of butter
Mash parsley into a lump of butter with lemon juice.
A lump of sugar
There was a crowd of ants on a lump of sugar.
A lump of rock
Astronomers had found a lump of rock.
A piece of bread
May I have a piece of bread?
A slice of bread
Take a slice of bread with cheese.
A slice of ham
Two eggs and a slice of ham sound great for breakfast,
A sack of potatoes
We carried him like a sack of potatoes.
A sack of rice
He was accused of stealing a sack of rice.
A tin of soup
She opened a tin of tomato soup
Partitives with substance
A cluster of stars
I looked at a cluster of stars that is roughly a billion years old.
A piece of string
How long’s a piece of string?
A piece of glass
You stepped on a piece of broken glass.
A piece of equipment
She’s holding a piece of equipment under her right arm.
A ball of string
A litter of kittens was chasing a ball of string.
A hank of hair
Stretch a hank of hair straight from your head.
A piece of land
We need a piece of land to cultivate.
A bar of soap
He carries a bar of soap in an old cigarette pack.
A bunch of flowers
I should learn how to make a bunch of flowers.
A sheet of glass
There is a sheet of glass separating them.
A sheet of paper
Someone handed me a sheet of paper.
A pile of magazines.
She checked out a pile of magazines.
A pile of rubble
He woke up under a pile of rubble.
A stack of papers
I stared down at a stack of papers behind my desk.
A bundle of notes
A large bundle of £50 notes.
A group of islands
It takes its name from a group of islands.
A bunch of daffodils
She posed for cameras clutching a bunch of daffodils.
A lump of coal
Will they inherit a lump of coal instead of Earth?
A lump of clay
She plays with a lump of clay between her hands.
Partitives with people and animals
A crowd of protesters
A crowd of angry protesters gathered outside.
A crowd of shoppers
She stood in front of a crowd of shoppers.
A crowd of onlookers
There was a crowd of onlookers outside the market.
A crowd of people
We saw a crowd of people waiting alongside the road.
A group of three/five/six
A group of three officers stands out.
A group of children
A group of children gathered around them to watch.
A group of boys
A group of boys is crossing the road.
a board of directors
It’s governed by a board of directors that sets policy.
A board trustees
He manages the fund with board trustees.
A board of governors
All changes are subject to a Board of Governors vote.
A flock of seagulls/birds
A flock of birds flies by right overhead.
A flock of children
A new flock of children comes up to me every summer.
A pack of hounds
We were chased by a pack of hounds.
An assembly of reporters
An assembly of students from over 25 universities
A troop of monkeys
A troop of monkeys found us.
A colony of birds
Being so close to a colony of birds is not easy.
A hive of activity
Hive is a small box where bees live
A litter of kittens
Litter is used for baby animals such as puppies or kittens
A team of experts
A team of experts will be always available to help you.
Partitives with measures
An acre of farmland
She owns 200 acres of farmland.
An acre of land
In 2020 I bought an acre of land there.
A gallon of petrol
We need a gallon of water in the truck.
A pint of beer
Everyone ordered a pint of beer.
A pint of water
People use a pint of water to boil an egg.
A pint of milk
Add three pints of milk to the mixture.
An ounce of gold x
The general use: Gold prices per ounce.
An ounce of gold
An ounce of gold is worth more than $2,500.
An ounce of sense
If you had an ounce of sense, you wouldn’t come here.
An ounce of truth
There’s not an ounce of truth to any of it.
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