Quantifiers exercise

May 18, 2012pdf

Complete the following sentences using appropriate quantifiers.

1. There is ……………………… noise.

a) too much        b) too                    c) either could be used here

2. She …………………….. dislikes fish.

a) very much      b) very                  c) either could be used here

3. You are ……………………… kind.

a) too much        b) too                    c) either could be used here

4. Today is …………………….. colder than yesterday.

a) very much      b) much               c) either could be used here

5. His latest book is ……………………………… interesting than his last one.

a) a lot more      b) quite more    c) either could be used here

6. Come ………………………… quickly as you can.

a) as much          b) as                      c) either could be used here

7. She is ……………………… nuisance.

a) quite a             b) a quite             c) either could be used here

8. I am ……………………… afraid that I can’t help you.

a) very much      b) very                  c) either could be used here

9. She was ………………………. annoyed to find him in her room.

a) very much      b) very                  c) either could be used here

10. It’s ………………………. cold day.

a) such a              b) such                 c) either could be used here

Answers

1. There is too much noise.

2. She very much dislikes fish.

3. You are too kind.

4. Today is very much/much colder than yesterday.

5. His latest book is a lot more interesting than his last one.

6. Come as quickly as you can.

7. She is quite a nuisance.

8. I’m very much afraid that I can’t help you.

9. She was very much/very annoyed to find him in her room.

10. It is such a cold day.

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