Much/ Many Little/ Few

                                    Much and Many are mostly used in negative and  

                                                    interrogative sentences:

              There aren’t many children in the park.

               Is there much milk in the fridge?

MUCH and LITTLE are used with UNCOUNTABLE nouns.

MANY and FEW are used with COUNTABLE nouns.

MUCH OR MANY?

  1. a.        _______ exercises
  2. b.       _______ cakes
  3. c.        _______ books
  4. d.        _______ tea
  5. e.        _______ flour
  6. f.        _______ bottles
  7. g.        _______ sugar
  8. h.        _______ rice
  9. i.          _______ water
  10. j.         _______ pillows
  11. k.        _______ smoke
  12. l.          _______ drinks
  13. m.      _______ fun
  14. n.        _______ cups
  15. o.        _______ noise
  16. p.        _______ houses
  17. q.        _______ girls
  18. r.        _______ free time
  19. s.        _______ sleep

LITTLE OR FEW?

  1. ______ flowers
  2. ______ noise
  3. ______ records
  4. ______ money
  5. ______ boys
  6. ______ picture
  7. ______ work
  8. _______ lakes
  9. _______ salt
  10. _______ letters
  11. _______ cakes
  12. _______ coffee
  13. _______ trees
  14. _______ cars
  15. _______ time
  16. _______ cans
  17. _______ water
  18. _______ wind
  19. _______ patience

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