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Quantifiers Exercises for Class 6 CBSE With Answers Pdf

Quantifiers are words used in front of nouns to show number or amount without being specific.

Use of Some and Any
‘Some’ and ‘any’ are used to state the quantity, amount of something. When using ‘some’ or ‘any’, the exact number is not stated. Some and any are quantifiers.

Study the following tables:

Use some in positive (affirmative) sentences. Some is used for both countable and uncountable nouns.

  • I have some friends. (Friends is countable)
  • I’d like some water. (Water is uncountable)

ANY: Use any for countable and uncountable nouns in Interrogative sentences.

  • Have you got any cheese? (Cheese is uncountable)
  • Have you got any friends? (Friends is countable)

Negative sentences

  • He hasn’t got any cheese.
  • He hasn’t got any friends in Chicago.

We use some in questions when offering or requesting something.

  • Would you like some bread? (Offer)
  • Can I have some water, please? (Request)

The same rules are true for something and anything, someone and anyone, and somewhere and anywhere.

Use of Much and Many
The words much and many mean a lot of.
If a noun is in singular, we use much

  • Much money

If a noun is in plural, we use many

  • Many friends

In everyday English, we normally use much/many only in questions and negative clauses.

  • How much money have you got?
  • Sarla does not have many friends.

In positive clauses with so, as or too, we also use much/many.

  • Sarla has so many friends.
  • She has as many friends as Suman.
  • Rohit has too much sweets.

In all other positive clauses, however, we prefer expressions like a lot of / lots of.

  • Sarla has a lot of / lots of friends.
  • Rohit has a lot of / lots of money.

Use of Little, a little, the little, few, a few, the few:
Little, a little, the little denotes quantity and are used before uncountable nouns
Few, a few, the few denote number and used before plural nouns.
Little/Few:-Both ‘Little’ and ‘Few’ denote ‘Scarcity’ or ‘lack’. They are almost none or negative in meaning.

  • There was little hope for the patient. (=there was almost no hope)
  • There are few takers of the new car. (= almost no takers)

A Little and A Few
‘A Little’ conveys the idea of small amount.
‘A Few’ conveys the idea of a small number.

  • A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.
  • A few members were absent from the meeting.

The Little and The Few:
The Little:- It conveys the idea of all amount.
The Few:- It conveys the idea of all the members.

  • The little money he had was spent on his wife’s illness.
  • The few spectators who came to see the match were disappointed with India’s batting.

Read the picture story.
A. Answer the following questions as per the story.

1. Did Reena consult doctors before her father’s death?
2. How did Reena admit her father in a well known hospital?
3. Did Reena’s father die due to hospital negligence? Explain.

B. Fill in the blanks with suitable quantifier.

1. ___________ than 2% of all water is fresh and clear water. 2. ___________ of this water, however gets contaminated due to human negligence. An average person in a civilised society needs no 3. ___________ than 200 liters of water everyday. 4. ___________ advanced countries use 5. ___________ water per person than others while less advanced countries have to be content w[th very (6) ___________ water. In countries where there ¡s dense farming, (7) ___________ of the ground water has been contaminated by pesticides. Is there (8) ___________ way out to save the fresh water supplies of the world? Unfortunately, there aren’t (9) ___________ options available with us except conservation and judicious use of water.

Quantifiers Practice Exercises for Class 6 CBSE

A. Fill in the blanks with ‘some’ or ‘any’.

1. I’m going to buy ____________ eggs.
2. They didn’t make ____________ mistakes.
3. I can’t pay. I haven’t got ____________ money.
4. There aren’t ____________ shops in this part of the town.
5. Mrs. and Mr. Singh haven’t got ____________ children.
6. Have you got ____________ brothers or sisters?
7. There are ____________ beautiful flowers in the garden.
8. Are there ____________ letters for me?
9. 1 haven’t got ____________ stamps but Anita has got.
10. Do you know ____________ good hotel in London?
11. Would you like ____________ tea?
12. Did you buy ____________ rice?
13. We haven’t got ____________ bread. I’m going out to buy.
14. During our holidays we visited ____________ very interesting places.
15. I went out to buy milk, but they didn’t have ____________ in the shop.
16. I’m thirsty. Can I have ____________ water, please?

B. Fill ¡n the blanks with ‘much’ or ‘many’.

1. She has so ____________ friends!
2. Too ____________ cooks spoil the broth.
3. Hurry up. I don’t have so ____________ J time.
4. We went to a dairy yesterday. I had never seen so ____________ cows before.
5. It’s also quite amazing how ____________ milk these cows produce every day.
6. You have too ____________ sweets. Won’t you share it with me?
7. There are so ____________ poor people in the world.
8. There are too ____________ children in the house.
9. My father doesn’t drink ____________ coffee.
10. How ____________ of you have ever been to London?

C. Complete the following sentences using an appropriate quantifiers.

1. She hasn’t got ____________ friends. (some/any)
2. I didn’t do ____________ work today. (much/many)
3. She didn’t eat ____________ food. (much/many)
4. There aren’t ____________ trees in the garden. (much/many)
5. I haven’t read ____________ books. (many/much)
6. How ____________ time do you need to finish this assignment? (much/many)
7. We have planted ____________ roses in the garden. (some/any)
8. Don’t waste ____________ time watching TV. (much/many)
9. She can speak ____________ languages. (much/many)
10. She hasn’t got ____________ time. (some/any)
11. If you find ____________ strawberries, keep some for me. (any/some)
12. You can borrow ___________ book you like. (many/any)

D. Fill in the blanks with ‘little’, ‘a little’ or ‘the little’.

1. There is ____________ hope of his recovery.
2. There is ____________ milk left in the pot.
3. ____________ milk he had has turned sour.
4. A poor man has ____________ money to waste.
5. There is ____________ work left to complete.
6. ____________ work left yesterday has been completed.
7. There is ____________ time now left.

E. Fill in the blanks with ‘few’, ‘a few’ or ‘the few’.

1. There are ____________ friends who remain faithful in hard times.
2. He has only ____________ friends.
3. ____________ friends he has are really faithful to him.
4. A good man has ____________ enemies.
5. ____________ passengers were injured in the accident.
6. ____________ passengers injured in the accident have been given first-aid.
7. ____________ books would serve my purpose.
8. ____________ books I had have all gone out of course.

F. Fill in the blanks with some, any, someone, anyone, something, anything etc.
Did ____________ see you while you were coming here? No, ____________ did.
Did anyone see you while you were coming here? No, no one did.

1. I saw ____________ moving among the bushes. It wasn’t ____________ that I could recognise.
2. I can’t see ____________ out there. There must be ____________ wrong with your eyes!
3. There is ____________ walking towards the house. Does ____________ know who is it?
4. Isn’t there ____________ knocking at the door? I was sure I heard ____________ out there.
5. There isn’t ____________ milk in the refrigerator. You had better ask ____________ to get us ____________.
6. I can’t carry ____________ else since both my hands are full. Can’t you ask ____________ else to help you?
7. We certainly don’t need ____________ more bread, but we do need ____________ more tins of sardines.
8. Did ____________ come near my desk while I was out? ____________ seems to be missing from my drawer.
9. She knows ____________ about what has happened here, but she will not say ____________ about it to us.
10. There is ____________ at the door. Why won’t you open it? Is ____________ matter?
11. No, ____________ is wrong. It is just that ____________ wants to see Mary, and he won’t go away even though I’ve told him that she isn’t here.
12. Would you like to have ____________ to eat? Here are ____________ jam tarts which I know you like.
13. There is ____________ I want to tell you ____________ else must know about it, so you must promise not to tell ____________.
14. ____________ who saw the accident is reporting to the police. It was a serious accident, and ____________ was killed.
15. “Don’t ____________ of you know the answer to this question? Come on, surely there is ____________ in this class who can answer it!” The teacher said.