ID: 451779 Language: English School subject: English as a Second Language (ESL) Grade/level: Pre-intermediate Age: 11-16 Main content: Quantifiers Other contents: some, any, much, many, a lot of, a few, a little
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Galgar, the general rule is that many is used in negatives and interrogatives. In affirmative we sometimes use much and many in more formal style. And yes, according to the table, many/much - negative/interrogative. I will change the sentence. Thanks.
Doubts in 29. The table says affirmative - can' t be many (there' s not the meaning too many). So, I think, some is more correct. Of course, I may be wrong.
Thanks for your suggestion. I didn't know that doing the exercises using mobile is more complicated. I've checked one of your sheet and I know what you mean. I will change it.
That would be great if the sheet has its only "choose mode" version. If there are all the words given in brackets, it would be easier to do the exercise using a mobile. And a lot of my students use mobiles to send their answers.
Anyway - great one! Thank you!
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