Expressions of Quantity Quiz

Do your know the differences between much / many - some / any

Come Over Here
Come Over Here Please!. PhotoAlto/Frederic Cirou/Getty Images
1. How _____ money do you have left?
2. There aren't _____ oranges on the table.
3. There are _____ people who would like to come to the party.
4. Unfortunately, there is ______ wine left in the bottle.
5. He has _____ friends in Los Angeles.
6. She says there are _____ students who study Russian.
7. I think I'll have _____ milk before I go to bed.
8. I'm sorry but there are ____ opportunities in this town.
9. He hasn't had _____ luck with finding a job.
10. She's happy because she has _____ friends in this town.
11. I have ______ respect for my best friend.
12. There are ______ ways to cook chicken.
13. There are _____ people who like liver.
14. Have you had _____ answers yet?
15. Are there _____ students who would like to come with me?
16. There isn't ____ sugar left in the jar.
17. I'm visiting _____ friends in Chicago next week.
18. I'm afraid he's had _____ experience as a bartender.
19. How _____ bottles of soda are there in the fridge?
20. There isn't ____ I can do for you.
Expressions of Quantity Quiz
You got: % Correct. You Know Much from Many!
I got You Know Much from Many!. Expressions of Quantity Quiz
You know your English!. Andrew Rich / Vetta / Getty Images

 Congratulations! You know how to use a variety of quantity expressions in English. Keep up the good work. 

Expressions of Quantity Quiz
You got: % Correct. Good Job, but Brush Up
I got Good Job, but Brush Up. Expressions of Quantity Quiz
You've done well on your lessons. Anton Violin / Moment / Getty Images

 You've understood how to use many expression of quantity, but  you'll need to brush up a little. Keep studying and you'll continue to improve your English. 

Expressions of Quantity Quiz
You got: % Correct. Keep Studying Expressions of Quantity
I got Keep Studying Expressions of Quantity. Expressions of Quantity Quiz
Keep working on your studies.. Frank and Helena / Cultura / Getty Images

You'll need to review expressions of quantity in English. Remember that objects are countable or uncountable. If you're not sure, ask yourself the question: Can I count this?