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What are quantifiers?

Quantifiers are used to the state quantity or amount of something without stating the actually number.

Quantifiers answer the questions "How many?" and "How much?"

Quantifiers can be used with plural countable nouns and uncountable nouns.

Quantifiers must agree with the noun. There are 3 main types of quantifiers. Quantifiers that are used with countable nouns, quantifiers that are used with uncountable nouns. and the 3rd type are quantifiers that are used with either countable nouns or uncountable nouns.

Quantifiers With Countable Nouns

  • A Few - I have a few books.
  • Many - I have many friends.
  • Several - My father has several workers.

Quantifiers With Uncountable Nouns

  • Few - We have few friends.
  • Much - How much work is there?
  • A Little - I have a little books.

Quantifiers With Countable Nouns & Uncountable Nouns

  • No - We have no car. - Countable Noun
  • No - We have no time. - Uncountable Noun
  • All - I have all the books. - Countable Noun
  • All - I have all the money. - Uncountable Noun
  • Plenty - There is plenty of water. - Countable Noun
  • Plenty - There is plenty of food. - Uncountable Noun
  • Enough - We have enough boxes.- Countable Noun
  • Enough - I have enough money.- Uncountable Noun
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    Types Of Determiners

    No Article

    A - An - The

    A & An The Quiz

    Much & Many

    Much & Many Quiz

    No & None

    No & None Quiz

    What are determiners?

    That - This - These - Those

    This & These Quiz

    That & Those Quiz

    Another Other The Other

    Proximal Demonstratives

    Distal Demonstratives

    Interrogative Determiners

    What are quantifiers?

    Some & Any

    Some & Any Quiz #1

    Some & Any Quiz #2

    Someone & Anyone

    That & Which