Countable and Uncountable Nouns

II. Choose the correct determiners in the following sentences.

1. He doesn’t have ( many / much ) money.

He doesn’t have much money.

2. I would like ( a few / a little ) salt on my vegetables.

I would like a little salt on my vegetables.

3. She bought ( that / those ) cards last night.

She bought those cards last night.

4. There are ( less / fewer ) students in this room than in the next room.

There are fewer students in this room than in the next room.

5. There is ( too much / too many ) bad news on television tonight.

There is too many bad news on television tonight.

6. I do not want ( these / this ) water.

I do not want this water.

7. This is ( too many / too much ) information to learn.

This is too many information to learn.

8. A ( few / little ) people left early.

A few people left early.

9. Would you like ( less / fewer ) coffee than this?

Would you like less coffee than this?

10. This jacket costs ( too much / too many ).

This jacket costs too much.

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