# The Ultimate Quantifiers Quiz

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Play this the ultimate quantifiers quiz and assess yourself whether you're an expert or just a beginner in this quiz of quantifiers. Basically, a quantifier is a word or phrase that is used before a noun to indicate an amount; these include such phrases as "a lot," "a few," "many," etc. Can you figure out the appropriate quantifiers to complete the sentence in this quiz? If yes, go ahead and test your English Grammar here.

• 1.

### Jenny has got...............contacts to help her with her business.

• A.

Few

• B.

A few

• C.

Little

• D.

A lot

B. A few
Explanation
Jenny has a small number of contacts who can assist her with her business. "A few" indicates a small quantity or number, suggesting that Jenny has a limited but helpful network of contacts for her business.

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• 2.

### When John went to Brazil, he had..........money to spend.

• A.

Little

• B.

A little

• C.

Few

• D.

Some

A. Little
Explanation
The word "little" is used to describe a small amount or quantity. In this context, it suggests that John had a small amount of money to spend when he went to Brazil. The other options, "a little," "few," and "some," do not convey the same meaning of a small or limited amount.

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• 3.

### There are.......... people who are religious.

• A.

More

• B.

Many

• C.

Most

• D.

A lot

B. Many
Explanation
The word "many" is used to describe a large number or a large amount of something. In this context, it is used to describe the number of people who are religious. It implies that there is a significant number of individuals who practice a religious belief.

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• 4.

### Of all the pupils in the class, he has the.............chance of succeeding.

• A.

Less

• B.

Lesser

• C.

Least

• D.

A lot

C. Least
Explanation
The word "least" is the correct answer because it is used to compare the chances of success among the pupils in the class. It indicates that he has the smallest or lowest chance of succeeding compared to the other students.

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• 5.

### ............people each year are becoming home owners.

• A.

Much

• B.

More

• C.

Most

• D.

Many

B. More
Explanation
The word "more" is the correct answer because it is used to compare the number of people becoming homeowners each year. It suggests that the number is increasing or higher than before. The other options, "much," "most," and "many," do not convey the same comparative meaning as "more."

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• 6.

### There's not...............rice in the larder.

• A.

Much

• B.

Many

• C.

Most

• D.

A lot

A. Much
Explanation
The correct answer is "much" because the sentence is referring to an uncountable noun, which is rice. "Much" is used to describe uncountable nouns, while "many" is used for countable nouns.

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• 7.

### We all wondered how..............hamburgers he had eaten.

• A.

Much

• B.

Many

• C.

More

• D.

A lot

B. Many
Explanation
The correct answer is "many" because the word "how" indicates that we are asking about the quantity of hamburgers he had eaten. "Many" is used to refer to countable nouns, such as hamburgers, and indicates a large number or quantity.

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• 8.

### Could I please have...............tea?

• A.

Little

• B.

Some

• C.

Any

• D.

Few

B. Some
Explanation
The word "some" is the correct answer because it is used to ask for an indefinite quantity of tea. It implies that the person is open to receiving a moderate amount of tea, without specifying a particular quantity.

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• 9.

### Have you asked Sam if he has..............money to lend you.

• A.

Any

• B.

Some

• C.

Few

• D.

A lot

A. Any
Explanation
The correct answer is "any." In this question, we are asking if Sam has money to lend. "Any" is used to inquire about the existence of something in a question. It suggests that we are open to any amount of money that Sam might have available to lend.

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• 10.

### We don't have...............sugar left.

• A.

Some

• B.

Any

• C.

Little

• D.

A lot

B. Any
Explanation
The correct answer is "any" because it indicates the absence of sugar. The sentence implies that there is no sugar remaining.

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