Quantifiers Quiz: Grammar Exam!

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Test yourself with our Quantifiers Quiz. Delve into the intricacies of quantifiers, essential linguistic tools that add precision and depth to communication.
In this interactive quiz, you'll encounter a series of thought-provoking questions designed to challenge your understanding of quantifiers. From simple quantifiers like "some" and "all" to more complex ones such as "most," "many," and "few," you'll explore how these words shape meaning and convey information in various contexts.
Test your knowledge and sharpen your skills as you navigate through scenarios where quantifiers play a crucial role. Can you discern the subtle differences between "few" and "a Read morefew," or accurately determine when to use "much" versus "many"? Put your linguistic prowess to the test and see if you can identify the appropriate quantifiers to complete sentences with precision.


Quantifiers Questions and Answers

  • 1. 

    How ......... money do you have?

    • A.

      Much

    • B.

      Many

    • C.

      A lot

    • D.

      Any

    Correct Answer
    A. Much
    Explanation
    The question is asking about the amount of money someone has. The word "much" is the correct answer because it is used to ask about the quantity of something that cannot be counted.

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  • 2. 

    Alice doesn't have  ......... pets.

    • A.

      Many

    • B.

      Much

    • C.

      A lot

    • D.

      Plenty

    Correct Answer
    A. Many
    Explanation
    Alice doesn't have many pets. This means that she has a small number of pets or possibly none at all. The word "many" indicates a large quantity, so if Alice doesn't have many pets, it implies that she has few or no pets.

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  • 3. 

     Leslie has  ......... of candy; she is going to get a cavity if she eats it all!

    • A.

      A lot

    • B.

      A few

    • C.

      A little

    • D.

      Many

    Correct Answer
    A. A lot
    Explanation
     The phrase "a lot" indicates a large quantity or number. In this context, it means that Leslie has a large quantity of candy. The line “is going to get a cavity” suggests Leslie has a large amount.

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  • 4. 

    Jordan and Taylor have as  ......... sisters as I do.

    • A.

      Many

    • B.

      A lot

    • C.

      Much

    • D.

      A little

    Correct Answer
    A. Many
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "many" because it indicates a large number of sisters, implying that Jordan and Taylor have the same amount of sisters as the person speaking.

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  • 5. 

    I have  ......... of memories from this summer.

    • A.

      A lot

    • B.

      Many

    • C.

      Much

    • D.

      A little

    Correct Answer
    A. A lot
    Explanation
    The phrase "a lot" is the correct answer because it accurately completes the sentence and conveys the idea that the speaker has a large quantity or a significant number of memories from the summer. The other options do not fit grammatically or semantically in the context of the sentence.

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  • 6. 

    I haven't got  ......... change. Sorry!

    • A.

      Any

    • B.

      A few

    • C.

      A little

    • D.

      Many

    Correct Answer
    A. Any
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "any". In this context, the speaker is apologizing for not having enough change. "any" is used to indicate a large quantity or amount, which fits the situation of not having enough change. The other options, "a few", "a little", and "many", do not convey the same meaning of scarcity as "any" does.

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  • 7. 

    Are there  ......... campsites near you?

    • A.

      Many

    • B.

      Much

    • C.

      Lots

    • D.

      A lot

    Correct Answer
    A. Many
    Explanation
    The question is asking if there are multiple campsites near the person being addressed. The word "many" accurately conveys the idea of a large number of campsites, indicating that there are numerous options available.

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  • 8. 

    How  ......... eggs are in this cake?

    • A.

      Many

    • B.

      Much

    • C.

      Lots

    • D.

      A few

    Correct Answer
    A. Many
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "many" because the question is asking about the quantity of eggs in the cake, and "many" is used to refer to a large number of countable objects like eggs.

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  • 9. 

    Do you think  ......... people will come to the party?

    • A.

      Many

    • B.

      Much

    • C.

      A lot

    • D.

      Lots

    Correct Answer
    A. Many
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "many" because the question is asking about the number of people who will come to the party. "Many" is the appropriate word to use when referring to a large number of people, as it matches grammatically with the rest of the sentence. 

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  • 10. 

    It was pouring with rain, but there wasn't  ......... wind.

    • A.

      Much

    • B.

      Many

    • C.

      A few

    • D.

      A lot

    Correct Answer
    A. Much
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "much" because the phrase "pouring with rain" suggests a heavy amount of rain, but there is no mention of wind. "Much" is used to describe a large quantity or degree of something, which fits the context of the sentence.

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  • 11. 

    In Spain, there aren't  ......... penguins.

    • A.

      Many

    • B.

      Much

    • C.

      A little

    • D.

      A few

    Correct Answer
    A. Many
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "many" because penguins are not typically found in Spain. "Many" indicates a large quantity or number, suggesting that there are no penguins in Spain, as opposed to "a little" or "a few" which imply a small quantity. "Much" is used for uncountable nouns, and since penguins can be counted, it is not the appropriate choice.

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  • 12. 

    There is  ......... of concern about underage drinking in our country.

    • A.

      A lot

    • B.

      A few

    • C.

      A litte

    • D.

      Many

    Correct Answer
    A. A lot
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "a lot" because it indicates a large amount or a high level of concern about underage drinking in our country. This implies that there is a significant problem with underage drinking and highlights the seriousness of the issue.

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  • 13. 

    John had heard  ......... stories about her.

    • A.

      Many

    • B.

      Much

    • C.

      A lot

    • D.

      A little

    Correct Answer
    A. Many
    Explanation
    John had heard many stories about her. This implies that John has heard a large number of stories about her, indicating that there have been numerous tales circulating about her.

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  • 14. 

    I went shopping on Black Friday and spent  ......... of money. I filled up my whole shopping cart! 

    • A.

      A lot

    • B.

      A few

    • C.

      A little

    • D.

      Many

    Correct Answer
    A. A lot
    Explanation
    The phrase "a lot" indicates a large amount of money was spent while shopping on Black Friday. This suggests that the person spent a significant sum of money during their shopping trip.

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  • 15. 

    Hurry up! We've got  ......... of things to do!

    • A.

      Lots

    • B.

      A little

    • C.

      Much

    • D.

      A few

    Correct Answer
    A. Lots
    Explanation
    The phrase "Hurry up! We've got lots of things to do!" suggests that there are a large number of tasks or activities that need to be completed quickly. The word "lots" is used to indicate a significant quantity, emphasizing the urgency and importance of completing the tasks.

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  • 16. 

    I have  ......... of time. No need to rush.

    • A.

      Plenty

    • B.

      A few

    • C.

      A little

    • D.

      Much

    Correct Answer
    A. Plenty
    Explanation
    The phrase "No need to rush" indicates that the speaker has a lot of time. The word "plenty" means an abundant or sufficient amount, so the correct answer suggests that the speaker has enough time and does not want to be hurried.

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  • 17. 

    Have you eaten  ......... of chocolates?

    • A.

      Lots

    • B.

      Many

    • C.

      Much

    • D.

      A few

    Correct Answer
    A. Lots
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "lots" because it is used to describe a large quantity of something. In this case, it is asking if the person has eaten a large quantity of chocolates. The other options, "many," "much," and "a few," do not convey the same meaning of a large quantity and do not make sense grammatically with the rest of the sentence.

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  • 18. 

    Can I add  ......... salt, please? It's very bland.

    • A.

      A little

    • B.

      A few

    • C.

      Many

    • D.

      Much

    Correct Answer
    A. A little
    Explanation
    The phrase "a little" is the correct answer because it is used to modify uncountable nouns, such as "salt." In this context, the speaker is asking for a small amount of salt to enhance the flavor of the food, indicating that it is bland. The other options, "a few," "many," and "much," are not appropriate in this context as they are used with countable nouns or to describe a large quantity, which is not what the speaker is requesting.

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  • 19. 

     I have  ......... books to check out at the library.

    • A.

      A few

    • B.

      A little

    • C.

      Lots

    • D.

      A lot

    Correct Answer
    A. A few
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "a few". This is because "a few" indicates a small number of exams, which implies that the person has a manageable amount of books to check. The other options, such as "a little," "lots," and "a lot," suggest a larger quantity and do not grammatically align with the rest of the statement.

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  • 20. 

    We didn't bring anything to eat but, fortunately, we have got  ......... of food from yesterday.

    • A.

      A lot

    • B.

      Many

    • C.

      Much

    • D.

      A few

    Correct Answer
    A. A lot
    Explanation
    Fortunately, we have a lot of food from yesterday, which means we have a large quantity of food. This implies that even though we didn't bring anything to eat, we have enough food to satisfy our hunger.

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Juliette Firla |MA |
K-12 English Expert
Juliette is a middle school English teacher at Sacred Heart of Greenwich, Connecticut. Juliette earned a BA in English/Language Arts Teacher Education from Elon University (2016-2020) and an MA in Teaching Writing from Johns Hopkins University (Apr 2023-Dec 2025). She holds a Classroom Teacher license from the Connecticut State Department of Education, obtained in July 2021. Juliette possesses strong skills in English language arts, writing, editing, and literature study. She has a deep passion for working with young people and contributing to the education of America's youth in the classroom.

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