Grammar exercise: much or many

December 23, 2013pdf

Complete the following sentences using much or many.

1. I haven’t got …………………. time.

a) much

b) many

c) much of

d) many of

2. How ……………….. the roof needs repairing?

a) much

b) much of

c) many

d) many of

3. You can have as ……………….. chocolates as you want.

a) many

b) many of

c) much

4. You can stay for as ………………… days as you want.

a) many

b) many of

c) much

5. There aren’t ………………… large eggs left.

a) many

b) much

6. You won’t be able to see ……………….. a country in a week.

a) much

b) much of

7. If you skip too ……………….. your classes, you won’t pass the exam.

a) many

b) many of

c) much of

8. How …………………. you will be there?

a) many

b) many of

c) much

9. You didn’t eat …………………. breakfast.

a) much

b) many

c) much of

10. There was so ………………… traffic that it took me two hours to get to work.

a) many

b) much

c) much of

Answers

1. I haven’t got much time.

2. How much of the roof needs repairing?

3. You can have as many chocolates as you want.

4. You can stay for as many days as you want.

5. There aren’t many large eggs left.

6. You won’t be able to see much of a country in a week.

7. If you skip too many of your classes, you won’t pass the exam.

8. How many of you will be there?

9. You didn’t eat much breakfast.

10. There was so much traffic that it took me two hours to get to work.

 

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