Grammar Quiz

Countable Quantifiers Quiz


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…………………. of us are going out later. Only two or three.

A. Hardly any

B. Loads of

C. Plenty

D. None


The Quantifier “SOME” can be used both for countable and uncountable nouns.

A. Correct

B. Incorrect


Which word CANNOT go in the space.
Can I have five ______, please?

A. bananas

B. juice

C. tea

D. apples


I like to have ______ orange and ______apple.

A. some and an

B. an and an

C. a and a


We need to buy vegetable oil now. There’s only _______ of it left. We are going to fry the chips.

A. a little

B. few

C. a few

D. little


In the sentence “There’s too much noise”, the word “noise” is

A. much

B. a

C. many

D. a little


In the sentence ” There’s too much noise”, the word “noise” is _______

A. Plural

B. Pronoun

C. Uncountable

D. Countable


I want to watch a concert. There are no empty seats in the front row, but there are ________ available seats in the back.

A. little

B. a little

C. a few

D. few


Juan can’t go to USA alone. He speaks _______ English

A. a little

B. a few

C. few

D. little


She took __________ books with her while going on holiday but she read only a few of them during her stay.

A. many

B. plenty

C. several

D. a good deal of


There isn’t ___ rice here.

A. some

B. anyone

C. a

D. any


How are you today, guys?

A. Awesome

B. Great. Its amazing day

C. I am Hanging in There

D. Feels dizzy


Buy ______ bread and cheese for the picnic if you want to help.

A. any

B. many

C. some

D. such


which option is the most one ?

A. She’s got hardly any cousins

B. She’s got a few cousins.

C. She’s got loads of cousins.

D. She’s got several cousins.


They have had ________homework in mathematics recently.

A. a lot

B. much

C. lots of

D. many


I have to rush as I don’t have ______ time left.

A. many

B. much

C. a little

D. some


Only _________ people attended the seminar yesterday so it’s very quiet.

A. little

B. much

C. few

D. many




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