Many/Much & A lot of: Exercise 1

By | January 22, 2015

Instruction: Decide whether to use many or much with these nouns. Remember that many is used with a plural noun, and much is used with an uncountable noun.

1. _____________ salt
2. _____________ soap
3. _____________ books
4. _____________ pencils
5. _____________ fruit
6. _____________ sand
7. _____________ grass
8. _____________ tables
9. _____________ paper
10. ____________ time
11. ____________ food
12. ____________ stamps
13. ____________ answers
14. ____________ money
15. ____________ chairs
16. ____________ knowledge
17. ____________ desks
18. ____________ rooms
19. ____________ sugar
20. ____________ pictures

Instruction: Decide whether to use many or much in the following sentences.

1. There is not … water in the pond. We should supply more.
2. I can go to the movies tonight. I don’t have … work to do.
3. Does Pamungkas always have … homework to do every day?
4. Do you have … friends here?
5. There is not … sugar left in the kitchen. I need to buy some for my coffee.
6. To my surprise, there are not … people in the town square.
7. Do you need … paper for the assignments?
8. Pamungkas does not make … grammatical mistakes in his essay.
9. The student does not have … books.
10. Do you think Nadia has … time to write her thesis?
11. How … times a week do you go to the movies?
12. How … traveling does he do in his spare time?

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