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ACTIVITY PACK – INTERMEDIATE – FILE 9B


I) Circle the appropriate choice to complete the sentence.

1. We have (a lot of / a lot / lots / much) oranges.


2. We don't have (many / much / a lot of / a lot / lots) bananas, and we don't have (many / much / a lot
of / a lot / lots) fruit juice.
3. Do you have any cereal? Sure, there's (a lot of / lots of / a lot) in the kitchen."
4. How (much / many / a lot / a lot of) is this? It's ten dollars.
5. How (much / many / a lot / a lot of / lots) do you want? Six, please.
6. He's very busy; he has (a lot of / many / a lot / lots) work.
7. David has (many / a lot of / a lot / lots) rice, but Tyler doesn't have (many / much / a lot / lots).
8. London has (much / a lot of / a lot / lots) beautiful buildings.
9. They eat (much / a lot of / a lot / lots) apples.
10. I wrote (a lot / lots / many / much) poems.
11. I have got (a lot / lots of / many) money.
12. I visited (a lot / lots / many / much) European cities.
13. Do you like soccer? Yes (a lot of / a lot / lots / many / much).
14. Were there (a lot / lots / many / much) guests in the wedding? Yes, there were (a lot of / a lot / lots
/ much).
15. Leila is popular. She's got (a lot of / a lot / lots / much) friends. Nancy does not have (a lot of / lots of /
many / much).
16. She hasn't got (a lot / lots / many / much) patience.

II) Complete the sentences with FEW, A FEW, LITTLE or A LITTLE

1. There will be _________ rain this week, so we can go to the beach


2. We had _________ snow last winter, it was rather warm.
3. There is _________ water in the pond, it is overflowing.
4. _________ friends are coming over tonight, so please be nice.
5. I need _________ sleep, I never get tired.
6. Could you buy _________ bottles of water for me?
7. She has _________ relatives. She lives with all of them.
8. My parents give me _________ pocket money every week.
9. All we need is _________ luck.
10. I would like to eat _________ biscuits now. I am quite famished.
11. There is still _________ bread left.
12. My friend knows _________ English poems.
13. We have _________ knowledge of this phenomenon and we must study it further.
14. There are _________ birthdays to celebrate this month and I don`t know if I`ll be able to attend all parties.
15. _________ people were interested in the exhibition. It was all empty.
16. I speak _________ French, so don’t worry about it.
17. There are _________ gentlemen nowadays.
18. The professor spends _________ time in company, he is always alone.
19. There are _________ mushrooms in my mushroom soup. It is tasteless.
20. _________ animals can survive in the desert.

III) Answer the questions with too or enough using the words in parenthesis

1. Can he go to the casino? No, he can't. (old)


He isn't (_______________).
2. Are we going to Hawaii this summer? Unfortunately, not. (money)
We don't have (_______________) this year.
3. Can he lift the table? Yes, he can. (strong)
He is (_______________).
4. Can Sally go to the party? No, she can't. (tired)
She is (_______________).
5. Can he climb the tree? No, he can't. (old)
He is (_______________).
6. Can she fit in that dress? Yes, she can. (thin)
She is (_______________).
7. Do you think he understands you? Yes, he does. (mature)
He is (_______________).
8. Can he go to a private university? I don't think he can. (expensive)
Those are (_______________) to pay.
9. Are you going to the beach? No I'm not.(hot)
It is (_______________) today.

IV) Select 3 of the questions given and answer them using quantifiers appropriately.

When you go shopping what do you usually buy? What is something that you government spends
too much money on?
Talk about the quantity of each thing you buy.
What a few ways to save a lot of money?
Can you ever have too much money?
How much money do you spend on clothes?
What is something you have too much of?
How many friends is too many?
How much free time do you have?
How much time do you spend on a computer?
How many planets do you think have life on them?
What is something that you can never have too
much of?

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V) Match the words and pictures.

A MOUSE AN ADAPTOR A KEYBOARD A REMOTE


CONTROL
HEADPHONES A USB CABLE A SOCKET A PLUG
A SPEAKER A SWITCH A MEMORY STICK A SCREEN

VI) Answer the questions.


1) Which is the most useful electronic device for you? Why? __________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________
2) Which is the most useless electronic device for you? Why? _________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________
3) Which are you looking forward to buy? Why? _____________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________
“In English, a phrasal verb is a phrase such as turn down or
ran into which combines two or three words from different
grammatical categories: a verb and a particle and/or a
preposition together form a single semantic unit.”

VII) Match the phrasal verbs to their meanings.

to become connected to a piece of electrical equipment or to the main


TURN DOWN
electricity supply
SET FOR turn off an electrical device

TURN UP remove a connection from an electrical equipment

SWITCH OFF to turn on (something) by turning or pushing a button


to reduce the amount of sound, heat, or light produced by
PLUG IN
a piece of equipment by pressing a button or moving a switch
UNPLUG put or bring into a specified state
increase the amount of sound, heat, or power being produced,
SWITCH ON
by adjusting the controls

VIII) Now, create sentences using these frasal verbs.


1. There will be LITTLE rain this week, so we can go to the beach
2. We had LITTLE snow last winter, it was rather warm.
3. There is A LITTLE water in the pond, it is overflowing.
4. A FEW friends are coming over tonight, so please be nice.
5. I need LITTLE sleep, I never get tired.
6. Could you buy A FEW bottles of water for me?
7. She has A FEW relatives. She lives with all of them.
8. My parents give me A LITTLE pocket money every week.
9. All we need is A LITTLE luck.
10. I would like to eat A FEW biscuits now. I am quite famished.
11. There is still A LITTLE bread left.
12. My friend knows A FEW English poems.
13. We have LITTLE knowledge of this phenomenon and we must study it further.
14. There are A FEW birthdays to celebrate this month and I don`t know if I`ll be able to attend all parties.
15. FEW people were interested in the exhibition. It was all empty.
16. I speak A LITTLE French, so don’t worry about it.
17. There are FEW gentlemen nowadays.
18. The professor spends LITTLE time in company, he is always alone.
19. There are FEW mushrooms in my mushroom soup. It is tasteless.
20. FEW animals can survive in the desert.

1. old enough
2. enough money
3. strong enough
4. too tired
5. too old
6. thin enough
7. mature enough
8. too expensive
9. too hot

HEADPHONES AN ADAPTOR A SWITCH A PLUG


A SCREEN A REMOTE A SOCKET A MEMORY STICK
CONTROL
A KEYBOARD A USB CABLE A SPEAKER A MOUSE
to become connected to a piece of electrical equipment or to the main
TURN DOWN
electricity supply
SET FOR turn off an electrical device

TURN UP remove a connection from an electrical equipment

SWITCH OFF to turn on (something) by turning or pushing a button


to reduce the amount of sound, heat, or light produced by
PLUG IN
a piece of equipment by pressing a button or moving a switch
UNPLUG put or bring into a specified state
increase the amount of sound, heat, or power being produced,
SWITCH ON
by adjusting the controls