This question asks about the characteristics of people or things. You usually answer it with an adjective or adjective phrase.
” What’s London like?” “It’s big and exciting.”
“What are the people in your village like?” “They’re very friendly”.
These refer to things which can be counted. You use them with a/an or put a number in front of them. You usually form the plural by adding -s, -es, -ies.
a church- 7 churches
a country- 64 countries
Note: A few common countable nouns have irregular plural forms.
a child – two children
a foot – two feet
a man – two men
a mouse – two mice
a tooth- two teeth
a woman- two women
These refer to things which cannot be counted. You cannot use a/an or put a number in front of them.
advice food furniture information love music rain traffic travel weather work
With countable nouns: (only) a few/ (far) too many /
There were only a few people who saw them.
How many e-mails do you get everyday ?
With uncountable nouns: (only) a little/ (far) too much/ how much…?
There’s a little water left but no juice.
How much sleep do you get at night ?
With countable and uncountable nouns: a lot of/ lots of/ not enough
There are a lot of problems with this plan.
There was lots of good food at the party.
She didn’t give me enough information
Ok so that was a quick look at some English grammar. Read through it, think about it and remember it. It is useful information.
Good luck with your English Language Leaning.