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Adjectives of Quantity: choose the correct phrase or word in the bracket to complete the sentence. Click to check your answer.

1. She has only (a few, a little) nuts to feed the monkeys.

1. She has only a few nuts to feed the monkeys.

2. She doesn't like answering so (much, many) stupid questions.

2. She doesn't like answering so many stupid questions.

3. The stray dog wagged its tail when given a (little, few) food to eat.

3. The stray dog wagged its tail when given a little food to eat.

4. (Few, Some) students had any knowledge of classical music.

4. Few students had any knowledge of classical music.

5. We need (many, much) ice cubes for these drinks.

5. We need many ice cubes for these drinks.

6. Anybody would be happy to get (a few, some) money.

6. Anybody would be happy to get some money.

7. Which of the (some, two) roads lead to the station?

7. Which of the two roads lead to the station?

8. There are (several, little) big cows on the small farm.

8. There are several big cows on the small farm.

9. He bought (much, many) meat from the butcher.

9. He bought much meat from the butcher.

10. We didn't buy (any, many) vegetables from the market.

10. We didn't buy any vegetables from the market.