Determiners Practice Set 1- Important Sentences

In the previous post of ours, we had told you about the Usage of Determiners along with their types and examples. Read the Usage of Determiners from here. In this post we shall provide you the Practice Set for Determiners. The practice set contains some very important sentences for the students/ language learners. So get ready to solve the Exercise given below –

Practice Set – 1 for Determiners

Fill in the blanks with appropriate Determiners –

1. Did Rudra buy ———– honey ? ( Some/ Any)

2.This bucket is useless; it hasn’t ———- handle. ( Some/ Any)

3. I shall be away for ———— time. ( Some/ Any)

4. ———- money is better than nothing. ( Little/ A Little)

5. ———knowledge is a dangerous thing. ( Little/ A Little)

6. John is fool and has ———- sense. ( Little/ A Little)

7. She needs——–days’ rest. ( A little/ A few )

8. He spent ——– money he had. ( The Little/ The Few)

9. He read ———books he had. ( The Little/ The Few)

10. The students were making ——– noise in the class. ( Many/Much)

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11. Chelsia had to face ——– troubles ( Many/Much).

12. She had to face ———trouble ( Many/Much)

13. ——– a student has attended the function ( Many/ Much )

14. ———- has been said in this matter.( Many/ Much )

15. ———– butter and ——— eggs will be sufficient for the party. ( Little, Less, Few, Fewer)

16. I have —– difficulty in this work. ( Less/ fewer)

17. I have ——- money than he. ( Little / Less )

18. He is very critical. There is ——— hope of his survival. ( Little/A Little/ Few)

19. He is in debt. He has ———- money to spare. ( A Little. Little)

20. The cloud is clear. There is ———- chance of raining. ( Little/ A little)

Answers – 1. any 2. any 3. some 4. a little 5. little 6. little 7. A few 8. the little 9. the few 10. much 11. many 12. much 13. Many 14. Much 15. less, fewer 16. less 17. Less 18. Little 19. Little 20. Little

Learn the Usage of Many and Many a

Many a is followed by singular noun and singular verb whereas Many by plural noun and plural verb. Both have the same meaning.

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Updated: May 6, 2016 — 6:27 pm

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