PRE-INTERMEDIATE Test 4

PRE-INTERMEDIATE Test 4



- Much, many - Some, any - How much, how many - Something, anyone, nobody, everywhere - A few, a little, a lot of - Articles
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Pre-Intermediate English Grammar Tests
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  1. Sir,
    Did you buy _____ at the shops? B: No,_____. I didn’t have any money.”
    A. something / anything
    B. everything / something
    C. anything / nothing
    D no one / anybody
    Option B is given the correct option, it seems incorrect to me. Can you help me?

    • Ice-cream is a both countable and uncountable noun.

      1 [uncountable] a frozen sweet food made of milk, cream, and sugar, with fruit, nuts, chocolate etc sometimes added to it:
      vanilla ice cream

      2 [countable] a small amount of this food for one person:
      Mummy, can I have an ice cream?

      So it is OK to say “an ice cream”.

  2. Question 32
    I saw _____ change on the table a minute ago.
    2 out of 4 options are “some”.
    “some” should be set to one.

    Question 47
    Shouldn’t it be made a question mark at the end of this phrase?

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