Cours Stage - Adjectifs en -ed et -ing ; much/many ; both/neither/either

Exercice - Many, much, a lot of

L'énoncé

Recopier les phrases et compléter avec : many, much, a lot of.


Question 1

... apples fall from this tree.

We don't have many bananas, and we don't have ... fruit juice.

A lot of apples fall from this tree.

We don't have many bananas, and we don't have much fruit juice.

Question 2

How ... is this ? It is ten dollars.

How ... do you want ? Six please.

How much is this ? It is ten dollars.

How many do you want ? Six please.

Question 3

The organization or her timetable is very complicated as she’s very busy; she has ... of work.

Estelle has ... rice, but David ... not have much.

The organization or her timetable is very complicated as she’s very busy; she has a lot of work.

Estelle has a lot of rice, but David does not have much.

Question 4

London has ... of beautiful buildings. I visited ... European cities.

Were there ... guests in the wedding?

London has a lot of beautiful buildings. I visited many European cities.

Were there many guests in the wedding?

Question 5

Céline doesn't have ... friends.

She hasn't got ... patience.

Céline doesn't have many friends.

She hasn't got much patience.