Determiners Exercise For Class 9

Fill in the blanks with an appropriate article or determiner. You can learn about determiners here.

1. I know ………………………. writer you are talking about. ( a / the)

2. She doesn’t have ……………………………. relatives in this town. (many / much)

3. He didn’t pay ……………………………. attention to what I was doing. (any / many / some)

4. I waited for ………………………….. more hours and then I went home. (few / a few / the few)

5. I have got ……………………………….. water if you are thirsty. (little / a little / the little)

6. ………………………. students who are interested should register their name before Friday. (Some / Those / That)

7. I forgot ……………………….. (the / my) umbrella in ……………………….. classroom (a / the).

8. Are there ………………………… museums in this city? (any / some)

9. That shop belongs to ………………………. (the / a) man who works in Canada.

10. I drank …………………………. water I had. (little / the little)

11. She is very close to ………………………………. friends she has. (few / a few / the few)

12. She has authored ………………………….. books. (many / much / more)

13. She doesn’t have ………………………. interest in politics. (many / much / most)

14. ……………………….. criminals are non-violent. (Most / The most / Most of)

15. You can take ……………………….. of these four shirts. (any / either / both)

Answers

1. I know the writer you are talking about. (Use the to talk about a particular person.)

2. She doesn’t have many relatives in this town.

3. He didn’t pay any attention to what I was doing.

4. I waited for a few more hours and then I went home. (A few indicates a small number.)

5. I have got a little water if you are thirsty. (A little indicates a small quantity.)

6. Those students who are interested should register their name before Friday.

7. I forgot the umbrella in the classroom.

8. Are there any museums in this city?

9. That shop belongs to a man who works in Canada.

10. I drank the little water I had.

11. She is very close to the few friends she has.

12. She has authored many books. (Use many with plural nouns.)

13. She doesn’t have much interest in politics. (Use much with uncountable nouns.)

14. Most criminals are non-violent. (Before a noun without an article or another determiner we use most.)

15. You can take any of these four shirts. (Either and both are used to talk about two people or things.)

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2 Responses

  1. Eklavya says:

    In the 15th sentence you should use of after any.

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