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GRAMMAR & STRUCTURE — Reference Lists — Exercises
Expressions of Quantity

 
 

Answer the following questions to check your knowledge of expressions of quantity. Choose the answer that best matches the situation.

Example

   

Yesterday, there were seven cookies in the bowl. Today, there are no cookies in the bowl.
I ate most of the cookies.
I ate none of the cookies.
I ate all of the cookies.

 

 
 
1. Yesterday, there was $100 dollars in my wallet. Today there is $95 in my wallet.
  Almost all of the money is gone.
  Not all of the money is gone.
  Hardly any of the money is gone.
     
2. Yesterday, there was $100 dollars in my wallet. Today there is $12 in my wallet.
  A little of the money is gone.
  Hardly any of the money is left.
  Some of the money is gone.
     
3. Yesterday, there was $100 dollars in my wallet. Today there is $60 in my wallet.
  Some of the money is gone.
  Most of the money is gone.
  Not much of the money is left.
     
4. Yesterday, there was $100 dollars in my wallet. Today there is $25 in my wallet.
  Not all of the money is gone.
  Almost all of the money is gone.
  Most of the money is gone.
     
5. Yesterday, there was $100 dollars in my wallet. Today there is $15 in my wallet.
  A little of the money is gone.
  Almost all of the money is gone.
  Hardly any of the money is gone.
     
6. Yesterday, there was $100 dollars in my wallet. Today there is $15 in my wallet.
  Some of the money is gone.
  Almost all of the money is left.
  Not much of the money is left.
     
7. Yesterday, there was $100 dollars in my wallet. Today there is $40 in my wallet.
  A great deal of money is left.
  Quite a bit of money is gone.
  Most of the money is left.
     
8. Yesterday, there was $100 dollars in my wallet. Today there is $75 in my wallet.
  Plenty of money is gone.
  Some money is left.
  Plenty of money is left.
     
9. Yesterday, there was $100 dollars in my wallet. Today there is $100 in my wallet.
  None of the money is left.
  All of the money is gone.
  None of the money is gone.
     
10. Yesterday, there was $100 dollars in my wallet. Today there is $5 in my wallet.
  Almost none of the money is left.
  Almost all the money is left.
  Not any of the money is gone.