Quantifiers Quiz


  • A quantifier is a word or phrase used to talk about quantities, amounts or degree.
  • (Alittle and (afew are quantifiers meaning ‘some’. 
  • Little and few have negative meanings. We use them to mean ‘not as much as may be expected or wished for’.
  • We use use much and many in questions and negative sentences. They both show an amount of something.
  • We use much with Uncountable/ singular nouns
  • We use many with Countable/ plural nouns

Little, few, a little, a few, much, more, lots of, a lot of

1 / 20

_______ of the apples were rotten.

2 / 20

How ______ time do we have before the test?

3 / 20

Can't you discount it______?

4 / 20

She has ________ ( not many) photos on facebook.

5 / 20

There is ____ fog today.

6 / 20

There wasn’t________ food in the kitchen, so I decided to go to a restaurant.

7 / 20

He received ________ emails today.

8 / 20

I have too ______ homework.

9 / 20

I do not have ___________ science homework today.

10 / 20

I came to this country last year, so I still don't have________ friends.

11 / 20

I am very busy. I have _____ time to talk to you. ( almost no time)

12 / 20

He is a _______ impatient.

13 / 20

My mother had ______ (some) money.

14 / 20

How _______ fish are there?

15 / 20

I had a great time at the beach, but now my shoes have too ____ sand!

16 / 20

I have ______ juice left in my glass.

17 / 20

There is ______ (some) milk in the refrigerator.

18 / 20

Ram ate ____ rice, he wasn't very hungry.

19 / 20

My dad says that I have to learn ______words in French, because we are shifting to France.

20 / 20

How _____ meat is there?

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