Verbal Ability - Quantifiers Online Quiz


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Following quiz provides Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) related to Quantifiers. You will have to read all the given answers and click over the correct answer. If you are not sure about the answer then you can check the answer using Show Answer button. You can use Next Quiz button to check new set of questions in the quiz.

Questions and Answers

Q 1 - He gave ... of us ripe mangoes from his own garden.

A - every

B - each

C - the whole

D - much

Answer : B

Explanation

"Each" is used to count per unit of a group, and is used in relation to something.

Q 2 - There were ... people on the beach, so nobody saw the child drowning.

A - a few

B - fewer

C - few

D - very little

Answer : C

Explanation

"Few" is used for almost zero quantities of countable nouns.

Q 3 - We have ... mango pickle.

A - a bar of

B - a bottle of

C - a jar of

D - a can of

Answer : C

Explanation

Pickles are stored in jars.

Q 4 - Don't put ... icing on the cake; it will become too sweet.

A - many

B - too much

C - a few

D - too many

Answer : B

Explanation

In sentences, "too much" sometimes used to denote a large quantity of uncountable nouns.

Q 5 - Can you give me ... money?

A - a few

B - any

C - some

D - many

Answer : C

Explanation

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

Q 6 - I took only ... salt extra in my dinner.

A - a loaf of

B - a bottle of

C - a pinch of

D - a piece of

Answer : C

Explanation

"A pinch of" is a vague unit of measurement for condiments.

Q 7 - I might also need … sugar.

A - A little

B - A few

C - Few

D - Little

Answer : A

Explanation

"A little" is used to denote a small quantity of uncountable object.

Q 8 - Rajat will insist on adding … ginger ale too, as he likes that flavor.

A - A little

B - A few

C - Few

D - Little

Answer : A

Explanation

"A little" is used to denote a small quantity of uncountable object.

Q 9 - This will be a five-pound cake, so I will be using … of flour.

A - Plenty of

B - Some

C - Few

D - Little

Answer : A

Explanation

"Plenty of" is used to denote a big amount of both countable and uncountable objects.

Q 10 - How … guests have you invited to tonight’s dinner, anyway?

A - Much

B - Some

C - Many

D - Little

Answer : C

Explanation

"Many" is used to ask a question or give an idea on the number of countable objects.

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