Noncount Nouns

Gap-fill exercise

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1.Complete sentence with a few, few, a little or little.
(1) Do you have minutes? I'd like to ask you questions. I need more information.
(2) Tim: Are you finished?
Katy: Not yet. I need more time.
(3) Because the family is very poor, the children have toys.
(4) Linsey likes sweet tea. She usually adds honey to her tea. Sometimes she adds milk, too.
2.Fill in a few, few, a little or little to complete the sentence.
(1) I feel sorry for him. He has friends.
(2) January is a cold and chilly month in north Europe. There is sunshine during that month.
(3) Gina has been here only three days, but she has already made friends.
(4) Ms. Judith doesn't like to wear rings on her fingers. She wears jewelry.
(5) I think that lemon juice in black tea makes it taste better.
(6) My grandparents like to watch TV. Every evening they watch programs on TV before they go to bed.
3.Complete sentence with many, much, little or few.
(1) It seems to me that we've had assignments in English this term.
(2) How material can we be expected to read in one week?
(3) I've had headaches already because of stress.
(4) Also, I've paid attention to how rain we've had.
(5) I'm afraid it has rained times this summer, and the grass is turning brown and dying.
(6) advice you get from experts doesn't seem to help.