Many / Much / Any
Exercise 1: Asking Questions with much, many, or any
1. How ______ apples are there on the table?
2. How ______ water is in the glass?
3. Do you know how ______ people are going to be at the party?
4. How _______ students came to class yesterday?
5. How _______ traffic was there on the highway?
6. Does he know how ______ money he needs to go to college?
7. Are there _______ customers in the store?
8. How ________ rice did you make?
9. Do you know how _______ it costs to take the bus?
10. Is there _______ room on the bus for me to sit down?
Exercise 2: Negative + much, many, or any.
1. There aren’t ______ students in class today. (small amount)
2. There isn’t _______ water in this glass. (small amount)
3. There aren’t ______ apples in the basket. (zero)
4. She doesn’t have very _______ friends. (small amount)
5. My gas tank is empty. I don’t have ______ gas. (zero)
6. Those homeless people don’t have _______ money. They’re very poor. (zero)
7. I didn’t know ______ people at the party . I talked to just a few of my friends. (small amount)
8. There isn’t _______ snow this January in Minnesota. There are only a few inches. (small amount)
9. The computer never makes ______ mistakes, but people who use computers frequently do. (zero)
10. There wasn’t ________ business today at the restaurant, so I left early. (small amount)