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"Each" is used to count per unit of a group, and is used in relation to something.
Apples are cut and offered in slices.
Bread is sold as a loaf.
"Any" is used to inquire if some quantity of the desired object is used or not.
"Some" is used for less quantities of both countable and uncountable nouns.
"How much" is used to ask a question on the quantity of uncountable nouns.
Q 7 - I want to bake a yolk-based cake today so I will need … eggs.
"A few" is used to denote a small number of countable objects.
Q 8 - Rajat will insist on adding … ginger ale too, as he likes that flavor.
"A little" is used to denote a small quantity of uncountable object.
"Much" is used to ask a question on the quantity of uncountable objects.
Q 10 - I don’t want my friends to have … to complain over this cake, so I will give it my best shot.
"Much" is used to ask a question or give an idea on the quantity of uncountable objects.