Grammar Exercise: Quantifiers

Do you know when to use (a) few, (a) little, a lot and lots of? Have a look at our page on Quantifiers in English, then try the quiz below.


Level: Elementary and above

Grammar Exercise: Quantifiers

How did you do?

a few = not very many (plural countable nouns)
a little = not very much (uncountable nouns)

A lot of something / Lots of something (both plural and uncountable nouns)
We can also use “a lot” at the end of the sentence, to modify the verb. “I like it a lot.”

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27 thoughts on “Grammar Exercise: Quantifiers”

  1. I really enjoyed the exercise! but please can you explain me the difference of using (lots-alot-alot of)& I’m greatful

  2. I lile this exercise.
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