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Quantifiers are very important words because they let us express the quantity of something. There are several quantifiers in English and they can be a little tricky to use. So here’s a description of each quantifier with examples to help improve your understanding of them. Have good English knowledge? Take this quantifier quiz


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  • 1. 

    WHICH ONE ARE QUANTIFIERS?

    • A.

      THERE IS-THERE ARE

    • B.

      A FEW, A LITTLE, MUCH, MANY, SOME, ETC

    • C.

      DOES DO

    • D.

      CAN CAN'T

    Correct Answer
    B. A FEW, A LITTLE, MUCH, MANY, SOME, ETC
    Explanation
    The words "a few, a little, much, many, some, etc" are quantifiers because they are used to describe the quantity or amount of something. They indicate a small or large number or amount of a particular noun. For example, "a few" and "some" indicate a small number or amount, while "many" and "much" indicate a large number or amount. These words help to provide more specific information about the quantity of something in a sentence.

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  • 2. 

    WE USE _______________ FOR NEGATIVE AND QUESTIONS

    Correct Answer
    Much many
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "much" because we use "much" for negative sentences and questions when referring to uncountable nouns. "Many" is used for countable nouns in negative sentences and questions.

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  • 3. 

    We use "a lot of" for negatives sentences?

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The statement is false because we do not use "a lot of" for negative sentences. Instead, we use "much" or "many" for negative sentences to indicate a large quantity or number. "A lot of" is used in affirmative sentences to convey a large amount or number.

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  • 4. 

    SELECT THE CORRECT OPTION

    • A.

      SHE LIVE IN ARGENTINA.

    • B.

      THEY DOESN'T PLAY SOCCER.

    • C.

      WE WORKS AT HOME.

    • D.

      HE WATCHES TV ON SUNDAY.

    Correct Answer
    D. HE WATCHES TV ON SUNDAY.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "HE WATCHES TV ON SUNDAY." This is the correct option because it follows the correct subject-verb agreement. The subject "he" is singular, so the verb "watches" is the correct form to use. Additionally, the phrase "on Sunday" indicates a specific time in which the action occurs.

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  • 5. 

    WHAT WE ADD AFTER "ch, sh, o, ss  or x"

    • A.

      S

    • B.

      Es

    • C.

      Ies

    • D.

      Os

    Correct Answer
    B. Es
    Explanation
    After "ch, sh, o, ss or x", we add "es" to form the plural of a noun. This is because these letters or letter combinations create a sound that requires an additional syllable to pronounce the plural form correctly. Adding "es" helps to indicate that there is more than one of the noun.

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  • 6. 

    MENTION ALL THE QUANTIFIERS THAT WE SAW

    Correct Answer
    much, many, few, a few, little, a little, a lot of, lots of, some, any
    Explanation
    The answer includes all the quantifiers that we have encountered. These quantifiers are used to express the amount or quantity of something. "Much" and "many" are used for countable nouns, while "few" and "a few" are used for countable nouns to indicate a small number. "Little" and "a little" are used for uncountable nouns to indicate a small amount. "A lot of" and "lots of" are used for both countable and uncountable nouns to indicate a large amount. "Some" is used for both countable and uncountable nouns to indicate an unspecified amount. "Any" is used for both countable and uncountable nouns in negative or interrogative sentences to indicate an unspecified amount.

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  • 7. 

    There is very ___ milk left in the fridge.

    • A.

      Less

    • B.

      Little

    • C.

      Both

    Correct Answer
    C. Both
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Both" because both "less" and "little" can be used to indicate a small quantity or amount. However, they are used in different contexts. "Less" is used with uncountable nouns, such as milk, to compare or indicate a smaller amount. "Little" is used with uncountable nouns to express a small amount or quantity. Therefore, both options can be used correctly in the given sentence depending on the intended meaning.

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