Grammar Quiz

Use of some, any, many, a lot of, much, many, anything, a little in English Grammar

Use of some, any, many, a lot of, much, many, anything, a little in English Grammar 1

Before we start quiz let’s have a look an brief theory of each topic.

Use of some.
It is used with both countable and uncountable nouns.

There is some coffee on the shelf.

We can use some when generally we are talking about a certain or say limited number or amount.

Usually, we use any in the same way as some: when we are talking about a certain amount or number of something.

We don’t have any milk.

‘Much’ can be used with uncountable nouns
‘Many’ can be used with countable nouns

There are many students in the class. (Here we can count total number of students.)
We don’t have much time for it. (Here we can not count total number of
time.)

A lot of is used with both countable and uncountable nouns.

  • Something: a thing that is unknown.
  • Anything: a thing of any kind.
  • Nothing: means no single thing.
  • Everything: all the things.

A little used with uncountable nouns
It is a quantifier.

Fill the blanks with the quantifier that we have discussed above.

“Q_1. There is ………. coffee on the shelf.”
“Q_2. We don’t have ……….milk.”
“Q_3. There are …………. students in the class. (formal written English)”
“Q_4. There is …………. sugar in my cup of tea.”
“Q_5. We don’t have ………. time for it.”
“Q_6. It’s late but Rob hasn’t come yet. I think …………. has happened.”
“Q_7. How ……… photos do you need?”
“Q_8. We don’t have ………. bread.”
“Q_9. He eats ………. sweets every day.”
“Q_10. There is ………. good furniture in this mall.”
“Q_11. I would like ………… cheese, please.”
“Q_12. Alex, I hope you’ll tell me ……………. good.”
“Q_13. Kate doesn’t have ………. knowledge at Maths.”
“Q_14. I don’t receive ………. letters from him.”
“Q_15. I don’t read ………. newspapers at all.”
“Q_16. I haven’t heard ………. news about him for a long time.”
“Q_17. I’ve heard …………….. I think we are not alone in the house.”
“Q_18. We didn’t have ………. success with that task.”
“Q_19. There are ………. cats on the bench.”
“Q_20. We’ve seen ………. animals in the zoo today.”
“Q_21. I don’t want to take ………. luggage with me.”
“Q_22. It’s too dark, I can’t see …………..”
“Q_23. We haven’t got …………. salt.”
“Q_24. There are ………. books on the shelf.”
“Q_25. I have ………. money left after shopping.”
“Q_26. Would you like ………. tea?”
“Q_27. I think ………. is wrong with my smartphone. I can’t send a message.”
“Q_28. We have ………. black pepper left for cooking supper.”
“Q_29. I want to make a cake but I don’t have ………. flour.”
“Q_30. I see ………. people outside.”

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