Friday, August 10, 2012

A few, few, fewer, a little, little, less

This exercise is really just to test test out a generator program I've just published. It is taken from a a longer post on quantifiers talking about a lot and a little, which you can find here.

A few, few, fewer, a little, little, less

a little   ·  few   ·  a few   ·  less   ·  little   ·  few of   ·  fewer  
Click and Drop click on a word or phrase in the box above and then on the appropriate gap.
1.She's got friends and spends most of her time alone at home.
2.I've got money, why don't we go to the pub.
3.Do you have any crime novels? - Yes, I've got .
4.We sent out Christmas cards this year than last.
5.It weighs than two kilos.
6.A us are going to the cinema later on. Do you want to come?
7.How much money have you got on you? - Only , I'm afraid.
8.There's time before the film starts, so hurry up.
9.There are really good shows at the festival this year, so it's well worth going to.
10.It's than five kilometres to go.
11.Is there any olive oil left? - I think there's in that bottle.
12.Farmers produced rice this year than last year.
This exercise (4) has been made using a free generator and script at Random Idea English
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