Posted by **John** on Friday, August 29, 2008 at 8:28pm.

1. He took a picture of the house.

2. He took four pictures of the house.

3. He took some pictures of the house.

4. He took pictures of the house.

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Are they all grammatical?

Does #1 mean that he took just one picture?

Does #4 mean that he took more than two pictures? If we took just one picture, can't we use 'took a picture of'?

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