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What are Quantifiers

What are Quantifiers?

A quantifier is a word or phrases that is used before a noun to show the amount or quantity of something. It can be used with both countable and uncountable nouns. The following are some examples:

  • any

  • many

  • much

  • a lot of

  • a little

  • some

  • a few

Quantifier Examples
any There is not any juice at home.
many There are many girls in my family.
much She has too much money.
a lot of There are a lot of children in the party.
some Would you like some tea?
a few He gave me a few pencils.

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