Many / Much / Any

Exercise 1: Asking Questions with much, many, or any

1. How many apples are there on the table?

2. How much water is in the glass?

3. Do you know how many people are going to be at the party?

4. How many students came to class yesterday?

5. How much traffic was there on the highway?

6. Does he know how much money he needs to go to college?

7. Are there any customers in the store?

8. How much rice did you make?

9. Do you know how much it costs to take the bus?

10. Is there any room on the bus for me to sit down?

Exercise 2:  Negative + much, many, or any.

1. There aren’t many students in class today. (small amount)

2. There isn’t much water in this glass. (small amount)

3. There aren’t any apples in the basket. (zero)

4. She doesn’t have very many friends. (small amount)

5. My gas tank is empty. I don’t have any gas. (zero)

6. Those homeless people don’t have any money. They’re very poor. (zero)

7. I didn’t know many people at the party . I talked to just a few of my friends. (small amount)

8. There isn’t much snow this January in Minnesota. There are only a few inches. (small amount)

9. The computer never makes any mistakes, but people who use computers frequently do. (zero)

10. There wasn’t much business today at the restaurant, so I left early. (small amount)

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