Quantifiers English Exercises

english quantifiers exercises

Understanding the correct usage of quantifiers in English is crucial for clear and effective communication.

Just as subject pronouns help to clarify who is undertaking an action, quantifiers help to express the quantity or amount of something without specifically stating a number. They can assist in making your sentences sound more natural and nuanced.

In the following exercises, you’ll delve deep into the intricacies of quantifiers, from arranging sentences correctly, to identifying and rectifying common mistakes and practicing their appropriate use in various contexts.

Remember, practice is the key to mastery. Let’s dive in!

 

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1) Put the Sentences in the Correct Order – Quantifiers

 

a) much / have / they / candy / too

They have too much candy.

 

b) many / dogs / How / do / have / you / ?

 

c) any / are / in / eggs / there / fridge / the / ?

 

d) water / of / drink / a / I / lot / every / day

 

e) much / he / time / doesn't / have / very

 

f) apples / are / many / how / basket / in / the / ?

 

g) any / she / doesn't / have / friends / in / city / the

 

h) are / few / there / only / left / bananas / a

 

i) many / has / books / how / he / written / ?

 

j) enough / have / don't / we / money

 

k) bread / much / is / how / there / ?

 

l) tickets / many / need / you / how / do / ?

 

2) Fix Grammatical Errors – Quantifiers Exercises

 

a) She have too much books.

She has too many books.

 

b) We doesn't have any informations.

 

c) There are few water in the glass.

 

d) Are there any salt left?

 

e) They dranks much wines on the party.

 

f) She doesn't has much friend.

 

g) There's many sugar on mine coffee.

 

h) A lots of people came to concert.

 

i) I have few informations about the project.

 

j) He need an little more advices.

 

k) There is too much problem here.

 

l) She bouhtg a lot of apple.

 

3) Practice your Vocabulary Completing the Sentences

 

a) I have xxx much xxxk to xx.

I have too much work to do.

 

b) There are too xxxx people xx the room.

 

c) We have too xxxxxe time to finish the xxxxect.

 

d) They ate too xxxx xx the party.

 

e) She boxxxx too xxw apples.

 

f) There isn't exxxxx space xxx all of us.

 

g) How xxxx apples xx xxx need?

 

h) He doesn't drink xxx xxxx coffee.

 

i) They hxxx xxx chances of winning.

 

j) I need a lxxxxx xxxe sugar xx my tea.

 

k) We've sxxxx txx xxxx money.

 

l) How xxxx time do we xxxx xxfx?

 

4) About Quantifiers, Write the Obvious Questions to the Answers

 

a) I have a lot of books. ( How…)

How many books do you have?

 

b) We need a little sugar. ( How...)

 

c) There are many students in the class. ( How...)

 

d) She has a few friends in town. ( How...)

 

e) I drink too much coffee. ( How...)

 

f) They have enough money. ( Do...)

 

g) He needs a lot of help. ( How...)

 

h) We have few chances of success. ( How...)

 

i) She eats a little chocolate every day. ( How...)

 

j) There's too much noise. ( How...)

 

k) I have many friends. ( How...)

 

l) We bought a few apples. ( How...)

 

The journey to mastering quantifiers in English is a rewarding one, as these little words play such a significant role in daily communication.

By now, you should have a better grasp of how to use them effectively and naturally in sentences. Remember, while these exercises provide a strong foundation, real mastery comes from consistent practice and immersion.

Don’t hesitate to apply what you’ve learned in your daily conversations and writings. Keep practicing, and always strive for progress, not perfection. Happy learning!

 

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