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Q 1 - She is a terrific cook. She can use any one item to make three dishes …
"Each" is used to count per unit of a group, and is used in relation to something.
Q 2 - We should get ourselves a complete medical checkup ... six months.
"Every" is used to count all units but not in relation to something.
Blueberry syrup is stored in bottles.
"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.
Q 6 - I took only ... salt extra in my dinner.
"A pinch of" is a vague unit of measurement for condiments.
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 - I want to prepare the dough now, so I will need … milk.
"Some" is used to denote a small amount of both countable and uncountable objects.
"Much" is used to ask a question on the quantity of uncountable objects.
Q 10 - That’s great! In that case, I will disturb you as … as possible.
"Little" is used for almost zero quantity of uncountable objects.