Unit: 3 Sports Grammar Exercise Solution: Few/Many/Little/Much/Class 12 C English
Unit: 3 Sports
Countable = few/Many
Uncountable = little/Much
- Complete the following sentences with much, many, few or little.
- He is an introvert. He has got very few friends.
- I am busy preparing for my examinations. I have very little time to give to you.
- The entire winter season was dry this year. We had little rain.
- Our town has almost been modernized. There are few old buildings left.
- You can come today. I haven’t got much to do.
- The party was crowded. There were too many people.
- How many photographs did you take while you were in Switzerland?
- There was little traffic so I came in time.
- Can I borrow a few books from you?
- Mohan can’t be a good teacher. He has little patience.
- Put each or every in the following sentences.
Each: Use each for 2/3 Things
Every: Use every for More than three things
- The party split into three factions, each faction headed by a former prime minister.
- Leap years occur every four years.
- Every parent worries about their children.
- We had a great time in Singapore. We enjoyed every minute of our time.
- I could catch the main idea of his speech but I didn’t understand each of his words.
- In Nepal, every motorcycle rider should wear a helmet.
- You must read each of these books for the exam.
- Rewrite the following sentences using all of, most of, none of, both of or some of.
- Your garden is superb. All of the flowers are beautiful.
- Do you know Bharat and Kamal? Of course, both of them are my friends.
- I bought a box of apples thinking it would be cheaper but I was mistaken most of them were rotten.
- When I was in the town, I asked some people for directions but none of them were able to help me. I had to call my friend.
- We all were soaked in the rain because none of us had carried an umbrella.
- My father is healthy in his seventies but he feels isolated because most of his friends are dead now.
- All of the tourists are not Chinese, some of them are Korean too.
- Choose the best word from the brackets to complete the sentences.
- Give me the money I owe you. (which/the/a/an)
- I want a boat which would take me to the island. (the/an/those/a)
- Could you pour me some water, please? (many/few/these/some)
- d. Only a few employees know how important the project was. (a few/a little/little/few)
- He was looking for an umbrella. (an/a/those/these)
- A large amount of water was evaporated due to excessive heat. (A large number of/ A lot of/ A large amount of/Many)