Category Archives: quantifiers

How much – How many

How many students are there in the classroom? How many people are coming to the party? How many books did …Read the Rest

Many and Much

Much / Many Many is used with countable nouns and it means a lot of. It can be used with …Read the Rest

Irregular Plural Nouns

Irregular Plural Nouns Irregular plural nouns man – men………… child – children …………mouse – mice………… tooth-teeth woman – women …………ox …Read the Rest

Amount of – Deal of – Quantity of

Amount of – Deal of – Quantity of They are used with uncountable nouns. A large amount of – A …Read the Rest

A number of

A number of A number of means a group of and can be used with great, large, small to emphasize …Read the Rest

A Great / Good Many

A great many / A good many A Great / Good Many means many, a lot, and used with plural …Read the Rest

Several

Several Several means some, and used with plural countable nouns. Several people have complained about the waiter. There are several …Read the Rest

Enough – (with a noun and an adjective)

Enough Enough is used before nouns after adjectives. It can be used both countable and uncountable nouns. I don’t have …Read the Rest

Each & Every Exercises

You can practice your knowledge about Each and Every by doing the free interactive exercises Exercise 1 Exercise 2

Each – Every (example sentences)

The old woman embraced each of her grandchildren as they arrived. The companies advertise on every television station to increase …Read the Rest

Each & Every — Usage

Each – Every Every can be used with almost, nearly and single… Each cannot be used like this Some Asians …Read the Rest

Each – Every

Each – Every Each and Every are used before singular nouns Each students …………….. Each student Every members ………….. Every …Read the Rest

Either Neither Both — Exercises

In this exercise, you can practice the differences between either, neither , all, both and none. The test has about …Read the Rest

Neither & Either & Both & all & None — The difference between

Either – Neither Either and Neither can be used with of ile kullanılabilir. Verb may be singular or plural . …Read the Rest

Both & Either & Neither — Example Sentences

Either day is suitable for me. Both days are suitable for me. I need them both I hate both of …Read the Rest

Either & Neither

Either – Neither Either and Neither is always used when talking about two thing. either means this one or the …Read the Rest

both

Both Both is always used when talking about two things. Both can be used with a noun or itself alone. …Read the Rest

lots of / a lot of exercise

A lot of / Lots of exercise about singular and plural verbs used.

A lot of / lots of

A lot of / lots of A lot of / lots of are used with both countable and uncountable nouns. …Read the Rest

a lot of & lots of – (example sentences)

Nuclear power plants produce a lot of dangerous waste. You need to get lots of sleep. His boldness in business …Read the Rest

all & whole & half (exercises)

QUANTIFIERS all & whole & half questions Here are some exercises about the English quantifiers ” all , whole and …Read the Rest

all & half & whole (example sentences)

he whole family is waiting the arrival of the new baby. Our new washing machine consumes about half the electricity …Read the Rest

Half

Half Half is used with both countable and uncountable nouns. It may be used with of. Half the eggs = …Read the Rest

whole & all

WHOLE It has the same meaning with All, but only used with singular countable nouns The whole town…………………….. All the …Read the Rest

All

All All is used with both countable and uncountable nouns. All people have to eat in order to live. All …Read the Rest

A few & A little Exercises

Here are the tests about a little and a few quantifiers. You can practice your knowledge about these quantifiers with …Read the Rest

a little – a few — example sentences

They have very little success. Politicians make many promises, but very few of them are implemented. Do you have have …Read the Rest

A few- Few & A little /Little + of

A few / Few – A little /Little A few / Few – A little /Little can be used with …Read the Rest

Few – Little & A few – A little (difference)

Few – Little Few and little means “not enough”.They have a negative meaning. There is little milk. We can’t make …Read the Rest

A few – A little (countable – uncountable nouns)

A few – A little Adjective a little is used with uncountable nouns, Adjective a few is used with countable …Read the Rest