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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.
Pickles are stored in jars.
The word "dish" is singular here, so ‘a’.
"Plenty, a lot of, lots of" is used for large quantities of both countable and uncountable nouns.
Q 6 - There are ... dishes at the table. I can’t place one more.
"Too many" is used to denote an excessive amount.
Q 7 - He has delivered his assignments in three …
"Lots" is a vague unit of measurement that changes as per requirement.
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.
Q 9 - This will be a five-pound cake, so I will be using … of flour.
"Plenty of" is used to denote a big amount of both countable and uncountable objects.
"Many" is used to ask a question or give an idea on the number of countable objects.