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(A) Fill in the blanks with correct use of ‘each/every’.

1) Read _________ of these questions carefully.


2) The Asian Games are held ________ four years.
3) __________ ball has a different colour.
4) I play tennis _________ Sunday morning.
5) There is a bus to Delhi _________ five minutes.
6) Those coconuts cost 30 rupees ________.

(B) Fill in the blanks with ‘either/neither’.


1) ___________ of the two boys has broken the glass. Both of them were present
there when the glass broke.
2) _________ the monitor nor the teacher saw it being broken.
3) The headmaster told them that _________ they should replace the glass or be
ready for suspension.
4) Still ___________ of them owned up to the crime.
5) It seems that __________ of them had the courage to speak the truth.

(C) Fill in the blanks with correct determiners.


1) ___________ (both/all) these restaurants are equally good. You can dine at
__________. (either/neither) of them.
2) I called ___________ (several/all) times. But __________ (each/every) time her
mother picked up the phone.
3) Today morning I saw an accident. ___________ (one/several) car drove into the
back of ___________ (other/another). Fortunately ___________ (neither/either)
were the drivers injured, nor the occupants, but ___________ (both/all) the cars
were badly damaged.
4) She answered ___________ (all/every) the questions correctly.
5) He lost ____________ (both/either) his parents.
6) “Do you want a pen or a pencil?” “___________ (Either/Neither), I really don’t mind.”
7) “What day is today…. Monday or Tuesday?” “__________ (Either/Neither), it is
Wednesday.”
8) “Where did you go for the holidays-Mussorie or Dehradun?” “We went to _______
(both/all). A week in Dehradun and a week in Mussorie”.

(D) Choose the best word from the options given to complete the following conversation.
BOOKSELLER: _________ (Every/First/Both/Either) these books are equally good. You can
buy ____________ (neither/either/all/several) of them.
STUDENT: They’re good, no doubt but ____________ (neither/either/any/most) of them
serves my needs. Can you please show me ____________ (more/another/other/an) book, which
covers the full syllabus.
BOOKSELLER: Yes, There’s the _______________ (another/other/both/one) that covers
___________ (many/both/most/enough) of the syllabus. This is the latest edition with
__________ (several/most/another/any) new chapters added to it.
STUDENT: Hmn! Let me see! It looks OK. Fine! Give me this book.
BOOKSELLER: Here it is! Rs.500 please.
STUDENT: Five Hundred? I am afraid I don’t have __________ (many/most/enough/any)
money with me.
BOOKSELLER: Oh, don’t worry; you can pay the balance later. Is there any _____________
(other/either/another/one) book you need?
ANSWERS
(A) Fill in the blanks with correct use of ‘each/every’.
1) Read _________ of these questions carefully. (each)
2) The Asian Games are held ________ four years. (every)
3) __________ ball has a different colour. (each)
4) I play tennis _________ Sunday morning. (every)
5) There is a bus to Delhi _________ five minutes. (every)
6) Those coconuts cost 30 rupees ________. (each)
(B) Fill in the blanks with ‘either/neither’.
1) ___________ of the two boys has broken the glass. (either) Both of them were
present there when the glass broke.
2) _________ the monitor nor the teacher saw it being broken. (neither)
3) The headmaster told them that _________ they should replace the glass or be
ready for suspension. (either)
4) Still ___________ of them owned up to the crime. (neither)
5) It seems that __________ of them had the courage to speak the truth. (neither)
(C) Fill in the blanks with correct determiners.
1) __Both_ (both/all) these restaurants are equally good. You can dine at
__either__ (either/neither) of them.
2) I called __several_ (several/all) times. But _every_ (each/every) time her
mother picked up the phone.
3) Today morning I saw an accident. __One_ (one/several) car drove into the back
of ___another_ (other/another). Fortunately _neither_ (neither/either) were
the drivers injured, nor the occupants, but __both__ (both/all) the cars were
badly damaged.
4) She answered _all_ (all/every) the questions correctly.
5) He lost __both__ (both/either) his parents.
6) “Do you want a pen or a pencil?” “_Either_ (Either/Neither), I really don’t mind.”
7) “What day is today…. Monday or Tuesday?” “__Neither_ (Either/Neither), it is
Wednesday.”
8) “Where did you go for the holidays-Mussorie or Dehradun?” “We went to
__both_ (both/all). A week in Dehradun and a week in Mussorie”.
(D) Choose the best word from the options given to complete the following conversation.
BOOKSELLER: __Both__ (Every/First/Both/Either) these books are equally good. You can buy
__either_ (neither/either/all/several) of them.
STUDENT: They’re good, no doubt but __neither__ (neither/either/any/most) of them serves
my needs. Can you please show me __another_ (more/another/other/an) book, which covers the
full syllabus.
BOOKSELLER: Yes, There’s the __one_ (another/other/both/one) that covers __most__
(many/both/most/enough) of the syllabus. This is the latest edition with __several__
(several/most/another/any) new chapters added to it.
STUDENT: Hmn! Let me see! It looks OK. Fine! Give me this book.
BOOKSELLER: Here it is! Rs.500 please.
STUDENT: Five Hundred? I am afraid I don’t have __enough_ (many/most/enough/any) money
with me.
BOOKSELLER: Oh, don’t worry; you can pay the balance later. Is there any ___other__
(other/either/another/one) book you need?