Exercice grammaire anglais: much/many

Exercice grammaire anglais: much/many

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Choisissez la bonne réponse: much ou many ?

  1. How  petrol is in the car?
  2. It doesn’t need  milk.
  3. How  people were at the meeting?
  4. Is there  unemployment in that area?
  5. There aren’t  women priests.
  6. We had so  fun!
  7. It has been so  years since I visited my country.
  8. He had heard  stories about him.
  9. Unfortunately, not  of the students were there.
  10. There is  concern about drug addiction in the US.
  11. We don’t have  time left.
  12. Sarah does not have  friends.
  13. Do you think  people will come?
  14. How  money have you got?
  15. There are  ways to describe that person.
  16. There isn’t  food in the refrigerator.
  17. Paul owns  properties in France.
  18. I haven’t got  water.
  19. I haven’t got  change. I’ve only got a ten euro note.
  20. Not  of the students understood the lesson.

 


réponses

  1. How much petrol is in the car?
  2. It doesn’t need much milk.
  3. How many people were at the meeting?
  4. Is there much unemployment in that area?
  5. There aren’t many women priests.
  6. We had so much fun!
  7. It has been so many years since I visited my country.
  8. He had heard many stories about him.
  9. Unfortunately, not many of the students were there.
  10. There is much concern about drug addiction in the US.
  11. We don’t have much time left.
  12. Sarah does not have many friends.
  13. Do you think many people will come?
  14. How much money have you got?
  15. There are many ways to describe that person.
  16. There isn’t much food in the refrigerator.
  17. Paul owns many properties in France.
  18. I haven’t got much water.
  19. I haven’t got much change. I’ve only got a ten euro note.
  20. Not many of the students understood the lesson.

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