- Much, many
- Some, any
- How much, how many
- Something, anyone, nobody, everywhere
- A few, a little, a lot of
A: Did you meet _____ at the party?
B: Yes, I met _____ who knows you!
someone / anyone
anything / nobody
anybody / somebody
everybody / nothing
A: Ouch! There’s _____ in my eye!
B: Let me look. No, I can’t see _____.
something / anything
anything / anywhere
somebody / everywhere
something / nothing
A: Let’s go _____ hot for our holidays.
B: But we can’t go _____; that’s too expensive.
everywhere / nowhere
somewhere / anywhere
anywhere / everywhere
anybody / someone
A: I don’t want to talk to _____.
B: And I want to talk to _____ either.
anyone / no one
somebody / everyone
nobody / somebody
I lost my glasses. I looked _____, but I couldn’t find them.
A: Did you buy _____ at the shops?
B: No,_____. I didn’t have any money.”
everything / something
anything / nothing
no one / anybody
It was a great party. _____ loved it.
I’m bored. I want _____ interesting to read, or ____ to talk to, or
____ interesting to go.
anything / everyone / something
somebody / anyone / anywhere
something / somebody / somewhere
everything / nobody / somewhere
Have you got _____ homework?
We don’t need _____ eggs. Just half a dozen.
Is there _____ traffic in your town?
I have _____ close fiends. Two or three.
a lot of
I don’t know _____ students in this class. Because I am a newcomer.
How _____ people live in your house?
He has _____ money. He’s a millionaire.
A: Do you take sugar in coffee?”
B: Just _____. Half a spoonful.”
A: Have you got _____ CD’s?
B: Yes, hundreds.
I’ll be ready in _____ minutes.
She speaks good Spanish, but only _____ Russian.
I come to ______ school by _____ bus.
* / the
the / a
* / *
the / the
This morning _____ bus was late.
My favorite subject is _____ history, but I’m not very good at _____ math.
a / a
Ankara is _____ capital of Turkey.
I work in _____ company that makes _____ carpets.
a / *
the / *
My friend lives in _____ same street as me.
A: How much are the driving lessons?
B: Fifteen pounds _____ hour.
I was at _____ home all day yesterday.
There are _____ apples.
The shop hasn’t got _____ washing powder.
Why aren’t there _____ magazines?
The shop hasn’t got _____ birthday cards.
I saw _____ change on the table a minute ago.
I can see _____ newspapers.
The shopkeeper has got _____ cheese.
I need _____ help with my homework. Are you free?
Let’s have _____ ice-cream.
I eat _____ apple every day.
Would you like _____ coffee or tea?
They don’t like _____ chocolate.
I’d like _____ glass of milk, please.
Please have _____ cake.
How often do you eat _____ chocolate?
This table is made of _____ glass.
I never drink _____ coffee.
Does he like _____ cake?
She needs _____ to help her choose a birthday present.
Is _____ listening to me!
Would _____ please explain what happened?
He doesn’t care. He will watch _____ on television!
If _____ asks, tell them I’ve got a cold.
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