Exercise 2: use of ‘much, many & lots of’

(Practise using quantifying determiners)

Using ‘much, many, lots of’ – multiple-choice test

Difficulty: medium (3 of 5)

Choose the most suitable quantifier, ‘much, many,’ or ‘lots of’, for each sentence. Pay attention if the sentences are interrogative or declarative.

  • Example: “How _____ times have you been to Paris?”
    • A. much
    • B. manyCorrect!

If you still need help with the topic, look at the explanation and rules of ‘much, many’, and ‘lots of’ again.


Exercises and explanations related to the ‘Use of ‘much, many, lots/plenty of’

The following exercises and explanations relate to the topic ‘Quantifiers ‘much’ and ‘many’ in English grammar’ and test your knowledge too: