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Fill in the blanks using “little” or “few”.

1.      There is  money in the wallet.

2.      I’ve got a  books.

3.      My mum has got a cigarettes in the packet.

4.      I can’t wait for you. I’ve got   time.

5.      Fred has got a  English books.

6.      Brenda has got    friends.

7.      There is  butter left. We need to buy some.

8.      There are  people at the cinema as the film is not very good.

9.      I have got  magazines. I prefer books.

10. There is a  pizza in the fridge if you are hungry.

 
Fill in the blanks using “much” or “many”.

 

1.      How books did you buy?

2.      How money do you have

3.      How did the car cost?

4.      How apples are there in the basket?

5.      How times have you been to the dentist?

6.      How butter do you need?

7.      How oranges do you want?

8.      How wine does he drink?

9.      How girls are there in your class?

10. How  stamps have you got in your collection?

 
Fill in the blanks using “a/an”, “ some”, “any” , “much” or “many”.
 

1.      I ate sandwich for lunch.

2.      We had  cake with the tea.

3.      I often have fried egg for dinner.

4.      There aren’t  pears left. Only two.

5.      Would you like   tea?

6.      Don’t eat so chocolate or you’ll get fat.

7.      I don’t drink  beer. I don’t like it.

8.      There is tub of margarine in the fridge.

9.      The child put  sand into the bucket.

10.  I can lend you money if you need it.

 

 

 

       

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