Grammar Lessons: Quantifiers

Grammar Lessons: Quantifiers

What are Quantifiers?

a word or phrase that is used before a noun to show the amount of it that is being considered

Types of Quantifiers

Quantifiers with Countable Nouns

  • many trees
  • a few trees
  • few trees
  • several trees
  • a couple of trees
  • none of the trees
  • There are at least 40 people in the crowd
  • You have several paintings which are worth millions.
  • I cut down a couple of trees in the forest
  • None of the trees was cut down
  • There are many people who want to helo you out

Quantifiers with Non-Countable Nouns

  • not much action
  • a little 
  • little  mobey
  • a bit of  help
  • a good deal of  confidence
  • a great deal of attention
  1. I have a great deal of confidence in this team.
  2. A good deal of attention needs to be devoted to little children.
  3. I need a little bit of help with the programming assignment
  4. There is not much action in this movie
  5. With very little I keep the organization alive.

Quantifiers with Countable and Non-Countable Nouns

  • all of the trees/
  • some trees/
  • most of the trees/
  • enough trees/ information
  • a lot of trees/ information
  • lots of trees/ water
  • plenty of trees/ information
  • a lack of trees/ water
  • All of the trees were cut down
  • Some information has been leaked to the public
  • Most of the oceans are polluted
  • I don’t have enough money to get until the end of the month
  • There is a lack of water in distant communities
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