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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #48588: Quantities
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Quantities [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Placement test 1 - Countable or Uncountable? - Some / Any / Much / Many - Some and any - Adverbs of degree - Quantifiers: some, any, no - Countables and uncountables - Few/Little/Less
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        A lot of, much and many


    There are a lot of tomatoes in the fridge.

    There is a lot of meat in the freezer.

    Interrogative and negative:

    Does she have many onions?

    No, she doesn't have many onions.

    Does she have much rice?

    No, she doesn't have much rice.

    How many:

    How many tomatoes and onions do we need?

    We need many tomatoes,but we don't need many onions.

    How much:

    How much flour do we need?

    He doesn't need much flour, but we need a lot of water.


    Bonne chance


    Fill the blanks with: a lot of, much or many.


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    1. How money do you need?

    2. How students are there in the classroom today?

    3. There is yoghurt in the fridge.

    4. There aren't students absent today.

    5. We don't need meat, only 250 grams of beef or lamb.

    6. How sugar do you put in your coffee?

    7. There are potatoes in the kitchen.

    8. We don't need onions, just one.

    9. How eggs do you need for dinner ?

    10. There isn't milk left in the fridge.

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