1. I’m sorry, I don’t have much time.
2. That store hasn’t many notebooks.
3. Today I’ve much work to do.
4. He always puts much sugar in his tea.
5. She didn’t make many mistakes in her test.
6. We don’t have much juice left. I’ll go to buy some.
7. How much money do you earn?
8. We didn’t take many photos when we were on vacation.
9. Did you get much homework?
10. How many sisters does he have?
11. I put a lot of salt in my soup. Perhaps too much.
12. She couldn’t sell many cars last year.
13. How many players are in a football team?
14. It’s only a small town. There isn’t much to do.
15. He has worked much better lately.
1. How much lemonade have we got? We’ve got only one bottle.
2. How many bottles of juice are in the fridge? Three.
3. How much meat do we have? We have got two steaks.
4. How many bananas have we got? We haven’t got any.
5. How much sugar have we got? Enough.
6. How much bread do we need? Two loafs of bread.
7. How many pens are in your bag? Six.
8. How much money have we got? We haven’t got a lot.
9. How many bikes are there in the garden? Two.
10. How many children have they got? Two girls and a boy.
11. How much milk have we got? About one and a half litres.
12. How many steaks have we got? We’ve got eight steaks.
13. How much time do you need to finish your homework? An hour.
14. How many friends does she invite to her party? More than 30.
15. How many people work in your father’s company? Seven, I think.
1. I’m going to buy some eggs.
2. They didn’t make any mistakes.
3. I can’t pay. I haven’t got any money.
4. There aren’t any shops in this part of the town.
5. George and Alice haven’t got any children.
6. Have you got any brothers or sisters?
7. There are some beautiful flowers in the garden.
8. Are there any letters for me?
9. I haven’t got any stamps but Ann has got some.
10. Do you know any good hotels in London?
11. Would you like some tea?
12. Did you buy any rice? No, we don’t need any.
13. We haven’t got any bread. I’m going out to buy some.
14. During our holidays we visited some very interesting places.
15. I went out to buy some milk, but they didn’t have any in the shop.
16. I’m thirsty. Can I have some water, please?
1. I’m going to buy some posters for my room.
2. They didn’t have any hair clasps.
3. There isn’t any juice in the fridge. Could you buy some?
4. Please give me some more ice cream. — I don’t have any.
5. I was at the butcher’s to buy some ham for you.
6. We have plenty of fruit. Don’t buy any.
7. Her teacher was angry because she didn’t do any homework.
8. I saw Alex some minutes ago, but I don’t know where she is now.
9. We saw some deer on our way to our uncle’s cottage.
10. I have some very interesting news for you.
11. She didn’t leave me any note what to buy for dinner.
12. He is very glad to have some really good friends.
13. When we were in Madrid, we visited some sights.
14. We need some more time to finish the report.
15. If I had any sweets, I would give you some.
16. Didn’t any of your friends pass this test?
17. He repaired his bike without any help.
18. We found some old photos of them in the attic.
19. She hardly ever buys me any new clothes.
20. She will be very angry if you don’t bring any flowers.
1. Where’s Dad? – In the garage. He is repairing something.
2. Look, there is someone sitting under the tree.
Sorry, I can’t see anything. It’s too dark.
3. The children want to have some crisps for their party, but we don’t have any.
4. I can’t find my bag. – Is there anything in it? – Yes, of course, some popcorn, some chocolate but not any money.
5. Where is Tom? — He is at the shop. He is buying something for lunch.
6. I’d like some milk for breakfast. — Sorry, but we haven’t got any milk. But you can have some orange juice.
7. Yesterday there was a box in the street. — Was there anything in it? — Yes, there were some old magazines in it.
8. Look, there is someone in the garden. — Where? I can’t see anyone
9. I didn’t need anyone to help me.
10. She wanted to do something to help me.
1. We didn’t have any time to get to the concert.
2. I haven’t got any sweets, but Sally has got some in her bag.
3. We’re getting much better at mountain biking.
4. I met some old friends at the restaurant yesterday.
5. Unlike some of his close friends, Paul had not had any opportunities in life.
6. How many courses are you taking this semester?
7. If we don’t sell more clothes, there won’t be any point in keeping this shop open.
8. Here’s some money. Go and buy as many tins of beans as you can.
9. Some of the children were vegetarian, so they didn’t eat any meat.
10. If I hadn’t eaten so many sweets, I wouldn’t have needed any medication.
11. «How much homework have you got to do?» «I don’t have to do any.»
12. Aren’t there going to be any famous people at the party tonight?
13. Karl was much older than I had at first thought.
14. There have been too many reality shows on TV recently.
15. «Put some old clothes on and help me cut the grass.» ‘Which clothes?» «any.»
16. Some days are much warmer than others around here.
17. There are many great reasons for learning English.
18. «Will there be any parking places?» «There might be some.»
19. I didn’t have much to do yesterday, because there weren’t any new clients to register.
20. This tree was planted many years ago by any previous owner.