Exercise 1: ‘one & ones’

(Practise your skills in using the prop-words ‘one/ones’)

‘one’ or ‘ones’ – drop-down (difficulty: 2 of 5 – rather easy)

Choose the suitable prop-word ‘one’ or ‘ones’ in the second sentence to substitute the noun in the preceding part or the first sentence.

  • Example: “Did you see my photographs; the ones I took in London?”

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  1. I’ll have a piece of cake. Would you like to have too?
  2. Let’s watch a different film. This is so boring.
  3. New cars need less petrol than old .
  4. We have three children. The oldest is 15 years old.
  5. I’d like to have a muffin. Is there without sugar?
  6. Look at these trousers. Which do you like better?
  7. Your socks have holes. You should get new .
  8. Look, there is Martin. He’s the on the left.
  9. Have you seen my new glasses? – You mean the you bought last week?
  10. Can you hand me my jacket, please? – Of course. Which is it?

Further exercises and explanations related to ‘one/ones

The following exercises and explanations are related to the topic ‘Prop-wordsone’ and ‘ones’ in English’: