English Grammar Exercises for B1- Quantifiers

1. Complete the rules with the headings below.

plural noun      singular countable noun      uncountable noun

every, each, either + ______________

all, most, some, much, little, a little, any, no + ______________

all, most, many, some, a few, few, no, both, any + ______________

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1 singular countable noun   2 uncountable noun

3 plural noun

2. Circle the correct answers to complete the sentences.

1 I’ve only used _________ pocket money.

a little  b a little            

 c a few  d a little of

2 ___ of the computers is broken.

a Each  b Both                          

     c  Every one   d Every

3 There isn’t _________ time before the film starts.

a many   few                 

    c much   little

4 Nearly _________ this software is out of date.

a every  b all of              

    c each of  d every one of

5 ___ of the information is correct.

a No   None              

 c  Any   Either

The computer is very heavy. Pick it up with _________ hands.

a each  b all                   

     c  either  d both

___ teenagers use social networking sites.

a Much  b Most              

     c  Many of    d Most of

Have you bought _________ apps recently?

a some   any                 

     c no   few

Joe spends _________ his free time playing games online.

a most   most of         

 c much   the most

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1 d   2 c   3 c   4 b   5 b   6 d   7 b   8 b   9 b

3. Some of the sentences are incorrect. Rewrite them correctly. Tick the correct sentences..

No of classmates did their homework. ✗

None of classmates did their homework.

Some of gadgets are difficult to use.

________________

We had no times to lose.

________________

Tom can write with every hand.

________________

Not much games are easy to program.

________________

There’s a mistake in each sentence.

________________

Kate doesn’t like any these apps.

________________

Jason spends few money on downloading music.

________________

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2 Some of the gadgets are difficult to use.

3

4 Tom can write with both hands.

5 Not many / all games are easy to program.

6

7 Kate doesn’t like any of these apps.

8 Jason spends little money on downloading music.

4. Complete the sentences with few, a few, little, or a little.

1   _____. people went to see the film, so it was only on at the cinema for a couple of weeks.

2   I’m tired because I got very ________. sleep last night.

3   I’ll only need ________. more minutes to finish homework.

4   ‘Is there any milk left?’ ‘Yes, ________.’

5   I posted that comment ________. days ago.

6   I had ________. subscribers to video blog, so I removed it from YouTube.

7   Unfortunately they have ________. money to spend on holidays.

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1 Few   2 little   3 a few   4 a little   5 a few

6 few   7 little

5. Look at the bar chart. Write a sentence for each activity with the words below. Use the present perfect.

all      almost all      a few      most      none      some      very few

set up a new email account

play a computer game

download music

print a document from their phone

search within a specific website

install an app on their phone

update their profile on a social networking site

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A few of the students have set up a new email account.

_______________

_______________

_______________

_______________

_______________

_______________

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2 All of the students have played a computer game.

3 Almost all of the students have downloaded music.

4 None of the students have printed a document from their phone.

5 Very few of the students have searched within a specific website.

6 Most of the students have installed an app on their phone.

7 Some of the students have updated their profile on a social networking site.

6. Complete the dialogue with the words below.

all      any      every      a few      a little      many      most      much

Dave Emma, how long have you had your phone?

Emma It’s quite new, actually. I’ve only had it for 1 _____. months.

Dave How often do you use it?

Emma I use it 2 _____. the time! 3 _____. of the people I know send me text messages, and I text a lot too, especially when I need 4 _____. help with homework. By the end of the day, phone has no battery left, so I have to recharge it 5 _____. night.

Dave Who pays your phone bill?

Emma parents do, but it isn’t a lot. I don’t really spend 6 _____. money on phone because I never make 7 _____. calls. If I want to speak to parents, I text them and they call me back. I don’t get 8 _____. other calls really, except on birthday.

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1 a few   2 all   3 Most   4 a little   5 every

6 much   7 any   8 many

7. Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first Use the words in brackets.

There are no places left on the science trip. (all)

________________ on the science trip have been taken.

I don’t get many important emails. (few)

________________ are very important.

I’ve lost two phone chargers. (either)

 I can’t find ________________

Her contacts were all deleted when she clicked on the button. (every)

  When she clicked on the button, she deleted ________________

The links on this website are all faulty. (none)

________________ on this website are working.

There are only a few apps on phone that I use. (most)

  I don’t use ________________ on phone.

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1 All the places   2 Few of emails / Few of the emails I get

3 either of phone chargers   4 every one of her contacts

5 None of the links   6 most of the apps