1. I arrived late to the January Sales and there were ___________ bargains left to be snapped up, so I came home empty-handed.
a) tons of
b) masses of
c) very little
d) hardly any
2. Which sentence includes an informal spoken English quantifier meaning a large quantity?
a) I’m absolutely exhausted. My boss has given me loads of work to get on with.
b) I’m absolutely exhausted. My boss has given me a great deal of work to get on with.
c) I’m absolutely exhausted. My boss has given me an enormous amount of work to get on with.
d) I’m absolutely exhausted. My boss has given me very many work to get on with.
3. I sometimes feel lonely here because I have ___________ friends in this country. Back home I know lots of people.
a) a few
b) so few
c) a little
4. I don’t feel confident about going to France for the weekend as I speak ___________ French.
a) very little
b) a little
c) so much
d) so few
5. She felt very depressed on her birthday as she received ___________card or present.
a) so few
b) loads of
c) hardly any
d) not a single
6. Complete the following sentence with an informal, colloquial quantifier that means a lot.
“He should pay the bill at the restaurant. He’s got ___________.”
a) much money
b) many money
c) a large amount of money
d) bags of money
1) d, 2) a, 3) b, 4) a, 5) d, 6) d.