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Quantifiers Quiz

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Quantifiers are words that modify nouns. We use them to give more information about nouns; they tell us the amount or quantity of a noun.

To understand which quanifier to use, you need to know countable and uncountable nouns.

For example cars are countable so we can use many:

"How many cars are in that garage?"

Snow is uncountable so we can use much:

"We didn't get much snow here last winter."

Some quanifiers can be used with both countable and uncountable nouns, for example some:

"Some people I work with play golf."
"Do you have some time to check this report?"

Here's a quick quiz to revise quantifiers:

  • 1. How ___ time do we have?



  • 2. They moved to France a ___ years ago.



  • 3. I need ___ help moving these boxes.



  • 4. I've got a ___ minutes. I'll help you.



  • 5. He had ___ time to study, but he still failed.



  • 6. Do we have ___ cake left?



  • 7. There was ___ of noise because it was such a big party.



  • 8. There aren't ___ tickets let for the concert.



  • 9. I'm so tired today. I paid ___ attention in class.



  • 10. Our garden looks awful! There are too ___ weeds.