# Quantifiers With Countable And Uncountable Nouns Quiz

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Do you understand how to use quantifiers with countable and uncountable nouns? Can you pass this quiz with simple questions and answers? Uncountable nouns are nouns with physical objects that are too small or too amorphous to be counted, whereas countable nouns can count using numbers. Do you know how to use them in a sentence? The quiz below is designed to test your knowledge!. Give it a shot and get some practice! Good Luck!

• 1.

### Is there __________ cake left?

• A.

Any

• B.

The

• C.

Some

• D.

None of the above

A. Any
Explanation
The word "any" is the correct answer because it is used to ask about the existence of something in a general or indefinite way. In this context, it is asking if there is any cake left, without specifying a particular amount or type of cake. The other options, "the," "some," and "none of the above," do not fit the question as they either refer to a specific cake, a certain amount of cake, or are not applicable in this context.

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• 2.

### How _________ keys are we taking?

• A.

A lot

• B.

Many

• C.

A few

• D.

None

B. Many
Explanation
The word "many" is appropriate in the sentence "How many keys are we taking?" as it indicates a considerable quantity. It's used when asking about a large or unspecified number of keys. The other options, "a lot," "a few," and "none," convey different quantities or the absence of keys in this context.

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• 3.

### How __________ milk do we have left?

• A.

Much

• B.

A

• C.

Do

• D.

None of the above

A. Much
Explanation
The word "much" is the correct answer because it is used to quantify uncountable nouns like milk. In this question, we are asking about the quantity of milk left, so "much" is the appropriate word to use. The other options, "a" and "do," are incorrect because they do not fit grammatically or semantically in the sentence. "None of the above" is also incorrect because "much" is the correct answer.

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• 4.

### It's cold. Don't open _______ car doors.

• A.

Some

• B.

A little

• C.

Any

• D.

None of the above

C. Any
Explanation
The correct answer is "any" because it is used in negative sentences to mean "not one" or "not even one." In this context, it is advised that the passengers do not open any car doors because it is cold outside.

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• 5.

### Is there _________ money left?

• A.

Many

• B.

Much

• C.

Some

• D.

None of the above

C. Some
Explanation
The question is asking about the amount of money that is left. The word "some" is the correct answer because it implies that there is still an unspecified amount of money remaining. "Many" and "much" both suggest a large quantity, which may not be accurate in this context. "None of the above" is not the correct answer because "some" is a valid option.

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• 6.

### It's too __________ for me. I can't eat it all.

• A.

Much

• B.

Many

• C.

Some

• D.

None of the above

A. Much
Explanation
The word "much" is the correct answer because it is used to describe an amount or quantity of something that cannot be counted. In this sentence, the speaker is expressing that the quantity of the food is too large for them to consume entirely. The word "many" is incorrect because it is used to describe a countable noun, while "some" is also incorrect because it implies a smaller quantity than what is being expressed in the sentence. Therefore, "much" is the appropriate word to convey the intended meaning.

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• 7.

### There's ___________ tea in the pot.

• A.

Any

• B.

A few

• C.

None

• D.

Some

D. Some
Explanation
The blank in the sentence is asking for a word that indicates the presence of tea in the pot. The word "some" is the correct answer because it implies that there is an unspecified amount of tea in the pot. It suggests that there is at least a small quantity of tea present.

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• 8.

### The dog wants __________ more milk.

• A.

Any

• B.

A little

• C.

A few

• D.

None of the above

B. A little
Explanation
The dog wants "a little" more milk because it implies a small amount of milk. The word "any" suggests an unspecified amount, "a few" implies multiple quantities, and "none of the above" indicates that none of the given options are applicable. Therefore, "a little" is the most suitable choice as it suggests a small additional amount of milk that the dog desires.

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• 9.

### I couldn't solve ___________ of your problems.

• A.

Any

• B.

Much

• C.

A

• D.

None of the above

A. Any
Explanation
The phrase "I couldn't solve any of your problems" indicates that the person was unable to solve any of the problems mentioned. The word "any" is used to refer to an indefinite or unlimited number of problems, suggesting that the person was unsuccessful in solving all of them.

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• 10.

### Is there ___________ correct answer to this question?

• A.

Some

• B.

A little

• C.

Any

• D.

None of the above

C. Any
Explanation
The word "any" is the correct answer because it is used to indicate that there is no specific or restricted answer to the question. It implies that there are multiple possible answers or options available.

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