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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #103189: Fast Food and quantities
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    Fast Food and quantities


    You are going to learn about the most popular place to eat out. Your task is to use the quantifiers some/any/no/much/many/a lot of/plenty of/(a) few/(a) little to get the complete story.



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    1. Nowadays eating out is popular with people.

    2. If they have to choose a place to eat out, people will say that they love fast food.

    3. In every American city there are at least fast food restaurants.

    4. There you can have burgers or sandwiches.

    5. You can also get Cola, coffee, ice-cream and cakes.

    6. You can never say how salt and artificial flavourings there is in such food.

    7. You can't get nutrients in such places.

    8. fast food restaurants offer healthy food, such as yoghurt or salad.

    9. fast food restaurants offer a healthy three-course meal.

    10. This is why we should limit the time we spend in fast food places to as as possible.









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