Determiners Test 3



Choose the appropriate quantifiers to complete the sentences.

1. He is an expert on languages, but he knows ---- about mathematics.

few
little
a lot of
several


2. I don't think there will be a severe shortage of usable water because there was ---- rain fall yesterday.

little
few
any
a lot of


3. Unfortunately, I have ---- talent for music although I have always wanted to be a famous singer.

little
few
a few
plenty of


4. There were ---- people at the meeting earlier but most of them left early so there aren't many left now.

little
few
much
several


5. Although she thought she knew ---- of the subject, the teacher asked a few details she hardly remembered.

several
much
many
any


6. ---- people enjoy the performance of the theater company but I don't think it is a successful one.

Much
Several
Every
No


7. I had to live in Paris and Madrid for many years because of my business but I don't like ---- city much.

all
whole
either
neither


8. Both players in the tennis match have been warned by the referee but ---- of them seems to take it seriously.

none
either
every
neither


9. In my country, ---- universities offer a wide range of courses. That's why they are preferred by foreign students as well.

every
each
a great deal of
most


10. The vocabulary list had been memorized by ---- of the students and each one scored over 80 percent on the exam.

every
all
a little
the whole

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