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Much / many / a lot of / some

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How much do you remember about countable and uncountable nouns? Can you remember when you use:

  • Much
  • Many
  • Some
  • A lot of

Here is a review quiz. In some cases, you may think that both answers are possible, but think about the meaning of the sentence very carefully and you will change your mind!

If you have any questions, post them at the bottom of this lesson. Good luck!
Lesson by Caroline Devane

Sponsored by EC London English School

  • 1. I have ___ cash if you need it.

  • 2. How ___ students are there on your course?

  • 3. There are ___ pit bull dogs on our estate. Too many. I don't like them.

  • 4. How ___ money do you need?

  • 5. How ___ classes do you have this week? Are you busy?

  • 6. I have ___ dresses. I can't help it, I'm always buying them.

  • 7. Is there ___ information on South African culture?

  • 8. Do you know ___ English grammar?

  • 9. Can I have ___ sugar in my tea please? Not too much.

  • 10. It seems like you have ___ cousins. I thought I'd met them all!