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 QUANTIFIERS
LOTS OF • MANY • MUCH • FEW • LITTLE • SOME • ANY • NO • A(N)
 
Help the cook to check the food in his fridge. Choose the correct option.
 

"Hello, my friends. Please help me to fill in the blanks. Thumbs Up

Okay, first I need (1) knife to start dinner. Now let me see if I have got everything. Well, there is a lot of milk, isn’t there? Oh, I’ve only got a  (2) after all. Hum, just half a bottle. And lemons? How  (3) lemons are there? There are plenty. Good! There aren’t  (4) tomatoes, are there? Well, there’re only two left. No problem. Have I got enough meat for dinner? Yes, there is  (5) meat. But is there  (6) oil? Let me see. Oh, there is  (7) oil left. Well, I will have to buy  (8). What about butter? Oh no, there isn’t  (9) left, is there? And there are only a  (10) sausages, right? No, actually there are lots of sausages. Good! But I still need  (11) oranges. Not many, just two or three. Oh, I almost forgot. I will also need  (12) apple. Yes, that’s it. TClaphClapaClapnClapkClapsClap!"

 

       


 

 

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