1. Underline the correct words to complete the conversation.
A We’ll need (1) much / a lot of / any ﬂour, sugar and, of course, carrots to make this cake. And also (2) a little / many / a few orange juice.
B Well, there’s (3) any / no / many ﬂour in the cupboard, so I’ll have to go and buy some.
A Good idea. So, what else do we need? Er, butter … how (4) many / few / much butter have we got in the fridge?
B Er, we haven’t got (5) many / much / some butter. Just one packet – 250 grams.
A OK, that’s fine. And what about eggs – how (6) many / much / any eggs are there?
B There aren’t (7) much / many / any eggs – only four.
A Oh, dear. And have we got (8) much / a little / any carrots?
B Yes, I think we’ve got (9) a few / much / few carrots, maybe three or four. Let me just check … oh, actually, there aren’t (10) any / many / much carrots. I think I ate the last one yesterday. Sorry!
A Never mind. OK, so can you also get me (11) any / some / a little carrots from the supermarket, please?
B OK, so you’d better give me a shopping list …
2 a little 3 no 4 much 5 much 6 many 7 many
8 any 9 a few 10 any 11 some
2. Underline the correct words to complete the sentences.
1 I couldn’t have a shower this morning because the water wasn’t enough warm / warm enough.
2 There’s too much / too many sugar in my coffee now – it’s disgusting!
3 I’m sorry, I haven’t got enough milk / milk enough to make coffee for everyone.
4 You’re driving too much / too slowly – we won’t get to the airport on time!
5 You aren’t speaking enough clearly / clearly enough. I can’t understand you.
6 There are too many / too much cars in London these days. The traffic’s always terrible!
7 You’re walking too much quickly / too quickly for me. I can’t walk as fast as you.
8 My ﬂ at isn’t enough big / big enough to have a birthday party for all my friends.
2 too much 3 enough milk 4 too 5 clearly enough
6 too many 7 too quickly 8 big enough
3. Choose the best quantifier to complete each sentence.
1 Hurry up! We haven’t got ………… time!
a some b no c much d many
2 Just ………… chips, please. I’m not very hungry.
a a few b any c a bit of d much
3 Can I have ………… milk in my coffee, please? Not much.
a a few b no c a lot of d a bit of
4 You don’t need to take ………… money with you. I’ll pay for everything.
a any b no c a few d many
5 When I moved here I had ………… friends. But now I’ve got lots.
a a bit of b much c no d any
6 I bought ………… books last week, but I haven’t read them yet.
a any b no c much d some
1 c 2 a 3 d 4 a 5 c 6 d
4. Tick ✓ the sentences which are correct. Then correct the mistakes you found in the sentences.
1 There aren’t much people here in the winter.
2 We saw a lot of hitchhikers on the motorway.
3 Are there many empty seats in the cinema?
4 A bit of the vegetables were not enough soft.
5 I’d like a bit of bread with my soup.
6 I love too hot weather.
7 I don’t earn enough money.
8 Was the test too much difficult?
Correct: 2, 3, 5, 7
1 There aren’t many 4 A few of
6 I love hot / very hot 8 too diﬀicult
5. Write a sentence about each picture using the words in brackets and too / not enough.
1 (people / on the beach)
2 (soup / hot)
3 (she / tall / to reach the top shelf)
4 (waiter / spoke / quickly)
5 (service / here / slow)
6 (Sorry, I / have / money)
1 There were too many people on the beach.
2 The soup was too hot.
3 She wasn’t tall enough to reach the top shelf.
4 The waiter spoke too quickly.
5 The service here is too slow.
6 Sorry, I don’t have enough money.
6. Choose the correct options to complete the complaints.
1 The water was too much / too cold.
2 There were too much / too many children running around.
3 The room wasn’t warm enough / enough warm.
4 There was too / too much noise, so we couldn’t hear everything.
5 There weren’t enough seats / seats enough for everyone.
6 We didn’t stop for long enough / enough long in each place.
1 too 2 too many 3 warm enough 4 too much
5 enough seats 6 long enough
7. Choose the correct answers.
1 I can’t work here. There’s too much / many noise.
2 It’s not warm enough / enough warm to sit outside.
3 We had a few / a bit of time before our flight to look round the duty free.
4 It was a great concert – there were too many / a lot of fans in the crowd.
5 We don’t have money enough / enough money to buy it.
6 They don’t have many / much kinds of bread in this shop.
1 much 2 warm enough 3 a bit of 4 a lot of
5 enough money 6 many
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