Grammar Quiz

Countable & Noncountable Nouns Quiz


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There’s (…) sugar in the bowl. We have to buy (…)

A. a few – some

B. much – many

C. a little – some


Are there (…) computers in the library?

A. much

B. some

C. any


There is (…) milk in the bottle.

A. a

B. some

C. any


How (…) years do you have to wait?

A. much

B. any

C. many


Excuse me, is this (…) English apple or (…) French apple?

A. a – the

B. some -a

C. an – a


We must be quick. We have (…) time.

A. a few

B. much

C. little


There isn’t (…) furniture at home.

A. a

B. some

C. any


I think I have (…) soda that I can take to the party.

A. any

B. many

C. some


This town is not a very interesting place to visit, very (…) tourists come here.

A. many

B. little

C. few


‘Would you like milk in your coffee?’ ‘Yes, please (…)´

A. a few

B. a little

C. any


Can you bring soda to the picnic? I don’t have (…).

A. some

B. a lot of

C. any


How do you feel about your new job? Do you have as (…) responsibilities as you used to?

A. many

B. much

C. any


There are (…) people at the bus stop.

A. a

B. a little

C. some


We are going to be late. There is too (…) traffic.

A. many

B. much

C. some


There’s (…) people driving at the rush hour.

A. any

B. some

C. a lot of people




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