Quantifiers Test 7



Choose the appropriate quantifiers to complete the sentences

1. We have interviewed with twenty candidates for the vacant position, but ---- of them was actually a good fit.

most
neither
much
none
no


2. Oakland is about to go bilingual, with two official languages, but ---- of them is English.

both
none
neither
either
no


3. On some computers there are keys which can have as many as five different functions ----.

either
each
none
every
both


4. ---- argument could move ---- man from this decision.

No / either
Every / both
No / neither
Each / all
Each / both


5. ---- Peter ---- Michael come here quite often but ---- of them gives us help.

Both / and / either
Neither / nor / both
Both / and / neither
Either / or / all
Both / or / any


6. He gave ---- of us advice about our present goals.

every
each
the whole
much
no


7. The Blues won the football match, but ---- players played well; In fact they ---- played quite badly.

each / each
neither of / both
all / all
neither of the / all
none of the / all


8. There were ---- people on the beach, so we weren't completely alone.

a few
fewer
fewest
very little
only a little


9. The two brothers got up at 8:30 that day. ---- of the m were tired, because ---- of the m had slept well.

Both / neither
Neither / neither
Either / none
None / either
All / both


10. Everyone should have a check up with the dentist ---- six months.

another
each
every
all
the whole

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