# Determiners Exercise for Class 9 CBSE

Determiners are words like some, any, little, few, much, many etc. Fill in the blanks with an appropriate determiner.

Notes

Use much with uncountable nouns.
Use many with plural nouns.
Likewise, use little with uncountable nouns and few with countable nouns.
Some and any can be used with both countable and uncountable nouns.

You can find another determiners worksheet here.

Complete the following sentences using an appropriate determiner.

1. Have you got …………………….. oil? (some / any)

2. I didn’t do ……………………. work yesterday. (much / many)

3. How …………………….. eggs do you want? (much / many)

4. She hasn’t got ………………………. friends in the city. (much / many)

5. …………………….. money has been wasted on the project. (much /many)

6. You can drink as ……………………. milk as you want. (much / many)

7. Hurry up. We haven’t got ……………………… time. (many / much)

8. I could answer only …………………… questions. (a few / a little)

9. There is ………………….. milk in the fridge if you want to make tea. (a few / a little)

10. I haven’t got …………………… money. (much / many)

11. There isn’t …………………… rice left. (much / many)

12. There are ………………….. bright students in this class. (much / many)

1. Have you got any oil?

2. I didn’t do much work yesterday.

3. How many eggs do you want?

4. She hasn’t got many friends in the city.

5. Much money has been wasted on the project.

6. You can drink as much milk as you want.

7. Hurry up. We haven’t got much time.

8. I could answer only a few questions.

9. There is a little milk in the fridge if you want to make tea.

10. I haven’t got much money.

11. There isn’t much rice left.

12. There are many bright students in this class.

### 22 Responses

1. Chirag Dubey says:

the first question’s answer is wrong

• Manjusha says:

Why? We use some in affirmative sentences and any in questions and negatives. So, the correct sentence is Have you got any oil?

Thanks mam

• Sreeja says:

why can’t we use some in questions?

• Manjusha says:

I don’t know. That is the rule. Use some in affirmative sentences and any in questions and negatives. These rules weren’t made by me. Some can be used in questions when we encourage people to do something or to have something. Example: Would you like some more coffee?

• Mahatva sharma says:

There should be some please don’t take english always with laws please try once to speak also because laws or rules of english grammer are not true at all situations hence we should try some of them by speaking

• Manjusha says:

Spoken English is rarely grammatical and that is not a problem at all. These worksheets are for students preparing for exams. They have to choose grammatically correct answers.

• Thomas Scheliden says:

No it is correct and you are wrong . The answer is any itself.

• Pratham Kumar says:

yes you are right man

2. Aishwary Pandey says:

Very good questions . But make other options in use.

3. Prateek meena says:

Achhi practice I have scored better so dont take any taintion

• Mr Pratyush Kapoor says:

judging by your grammar, you should take some “taintion”

~tension*

• Jj says:

*tension

4. Unnati sahu says:

Easy to solve, but the chapter’s name sounds scaring

• Manjusha says:

Really? The words like much, many, some, any, little, few etc., are called determiners.

• Vastu Delhi says:

Yes it isn’t scary but hard for who does not practice.

• LUCIFER says:

Thank u for all questions tomorrow is my exam and today I m well prepared thank u so much…..

5. Nitish saini says:

Class 9th Bravia worksheet 61 determiners

• Manjusha says:

Can you post the questions?

6. Venkatesan says:

Can you give some more worksheets on determiners

7. Ishan Bisht says: