►Each есімдігі топтың әрбір мҥшесіне қатысты қолданылады:
Each student in our group has a Kazakh –English dictionary.
Each of us received a ticket to the concert.
►Every есімдігі топқа қатысты қолданылып «барлығы» деген мағыаны білдіреді:
Every citizen has to pay taxes.
I would like to visit every country in the world.
1. Find the right pronouns. This is my / mine umbrella. (Your) / yours umbrella is over there.
This is my / mine. The other one is your / yours.
Mary and Bob have their / theirs books. In other words, Mary has her / hers and Bob has his / him.
A honeybee has two wings on each side of its / it‟s body.
Its / It‟s true that a homing pigeon will find its / it‟s way home even though it begins its / it‟s trip in unfamiliar territory.
I have a pet. Its / It‟s name is Squeak. Its / It‟s a turtle. Its / It‟s been my pet for two years.
Our / Ours house is almost the same as our / ours neighbors‟ house. The only difference in appearance is that our / ours is gray and their / theirs is white.
When I was in Florida, I observed an interesting fish-eating bird called an anhinga.
It / They dives into the water and spears its / it‟s prey on its / it‟s long, pointed bill. After emerging from the water, it / they tosses the fish into the air and catches it / them in mid-air, then swallows it /them headfirst. Its / It‟s interesting to watch anhinga in action. I enjoy watching it / them.
2. Full in a few, (very) few, a little, or (very) little. 1. Do you have ____ minutes? I‟d like to ask you ____ questions. I need more information.
Diana‟s previous employer gave her a good recommendation because she makes ____ mistakes in her work.
After Steve tasted the soup, he added ____ salt to it. 4. I don‟t like a lot of salt on my food. I add ____ salt to my food.
I like music. I like to listen to ____ music after dinner before I begin studying.
Driving downtown to the stadium for the baseball game was easy. We got there quickly because there was ____ traffic.
Jim is having a lot of trouble adjusting to eighth grade. He seems to be unpopular. Unfortunately, he has ____ friends.
We‟re looking forward to our vacation. we‟re planning to spend ____ days with my folks and then ____ days with my husband‟s folks. After that, we‟re going to a fishing resort in Canada.
A.: Are you finished?
B.: Not yet. I need _____ more minutes.
A.: Are you finished?
B.: Not yet. I need _____ more time.
I was hungry, so I ate ____ nuts.
Samal likes sweet tea. She usually adds honey to her tea.
Has anyone ever called you on the phone and tried to sell you
something you didn‟t want? I have _____ patience with people who interrupt my dinner to try to sell me a magazine.
He‟s a lucky little boy. Because his parents have taken good care of him, he has had ____ problems in his young life.
3. Fill in somebody (someone), anybody (anyone), nobody (no one), everybody (everyone), something, nothing, everything:
The door is open. There must be … at home.
There is … wrong with my fountain-pen. It won‟t write.
A blind man cannot see ….
Is there … in the room? - Yes, there is … in it.
It is too dark here, I cannot see ….
If there is … in the room you may turn off the light.
7.Can … recite the poem?
We must do … to help her.
Can I do … for you?
There must be … interesting in the book you read.
It is too dark, I can‟t see … on the blackboard. May I turn on the light?
We can work in Room No. 20. There is … there.
Let‟s go there at once. I want to see … with my own eyes.
May I come to see you tonight? I‟ve got … to tell you. 15. Bob is one of our best students, … knows him.
Must we learn … by heart? – No, must only prepare the poem for test reading.
There is … interesting in this magazine.
Is … away from the lesson?
4. Fill in the blanks with some, any, not any, much, many, not much, not many, very little, a little, very few, a few:
1.Are there … college-graduates among your friends? – Yes, there are …
2.Are there … students in the next classroom? – No, there aren‟t …
There are … cups on the table, but there aren‟t … glasses.
I have very … time and can‟t stay any longer.
We know very … about it.
8.I have … questions to ask.
9.Very … people know Doctor Sanford.
10. There are … girls in the family, are there?
11.There‟s very … chalk at the blackboard, go and fetch …
There are … students in the hall, are there?
There isn‟t … tea in the tea -pot.
There isn‟t … paper in the box , I need more.
There aren‟t … pencils in the box, don‟t take … 16. It‟s a secret. Very …people know about it. 17. Please add … more tea in my cup.
5. Fill in the blanks much, many:
I haven‟t visited _____ city in the United States.
There (isn‟t/aren‟t) ______ money in my bank account.
I haven‟t gotten ______ mail lately.
I don‟t get _____ letter.
There (isn‟t/aren‟t) _____ hotel in my hometown.
There (is/are) ______ too _____ furniture in Anar‟s living room.
There (isn‟t/aren‟t) ______ traffic today.
There (isn‟t/aren‟t) ____ car on the road today.
I can‟t go with you because I have too ____ work to do.
A: How _____ side does a pentagon have? B: Five.
I couldn‟t find ______ information in that book.
How ______ homework did the teacher assign?
I haven‟t met ______ people since came here.
How ______ postage does this letter need?
I think there (is/are) ______ to ______ violence on television.
6. Neither / either / none / any. We tried a lot of hotels, but ______ of them had any rooms.
I took two books with me on holiday, but I didn‟t read _____ of them.
There are a few shops at the end of the street, but ______ of them sell newspapers.
You can phone me at ______ time during the evening. I‟m always at home.
I can meet you next Monday or Friday. Would _____ of those days be convenient for you?
John and I couldn‟t get into the house because _______ of us had a key.
_______ eat your dinner or go to your room!
“Can you came on Monday or Tuesday?” “I am afraid _____ day is possible”.
______ of my brothers remembered my birthday.
7. Each or every.
There were four books on the table. _______ book was a different color.
The Olympic Games are held _______ four years.
_______ parent worries about their children.
In a game of tennis there are two or four players. ______ player has a ticket.
Nicola plays football ______ Thursday evening.
I understand most of what they said but not _______ word.
I get paid ______ four weeks.
The book is divided into five parts and ______ of these has three sections.