# Verbal Ability Quantifiers - Solved Examples

Q 1 − Would they like ... water?

A - many

B - a few

C - some

D - any

Explanation

"Some" is used for less quantities of both countable and uncountable nouns.

Q 2 − There is ... milk in the fridge.

A - many

B - a few

C - some

D - any

Explanation

"Some" is used for less quantities of both countable and uncountable nouns.

Q 3 − How ... did your bike sell for?

A - many

B - much

C - some

D - any

Explanation

"How much" is used to ask a question on the quantity of uncountable nouns.

Q 4 − There are ... books on the table.

A - many

B - much

C - little

D - any

Explanation

"Many" is used for large quantities of countable nouns.

Q 5 − Is there ... cheese in the fridge?

A - many

B - very

C - a lot

D - any

Explanation

"Any" is used to inquire if some quantity of the desired object is left or not.

Q 6 − There are a ... onion slices in the pie.

A - many

B - little

C - much

D - few

Explanation

"A few" is used for less quantities of countable nouns. “Many” is not used with “a”.

Q 7 − There is ... money in his account.

A - many

B - some

C - much

D - any

Explanation

In sentences, "Much" is sometimes used to denote a large quantity of uncountable nouns, even if its maximum usage in sentences is to make a negative statement like, "there isn't much time left".

Q 8 − How ... alcohol does he consume?

A - many

B - some

C - much

D - any

Explanation

"How much" is used to ask a question on the quantity of uncountable nouns.

Q 9 − Don't consume so ... red meat, lest you develop medical conditions.

A - many

B - some

C - much

D - any

Explanation

In sentences, "Much" is most commonly used to make a negative statement like "there isn't much time left".

Q 10 − There is ... sugar left; I think we need to get ...

A - few/any

B - little/some

C - much/many

D - few/some