Determiners Worksheet – 2

Q: Choose the correct determiners in the following sentences:

  1. Tommy is ______ good dog. (a/the)
  2. Do you want ______ piece of cake ? (this/those)
  3. I have ________ money to buy new books. (many/enough)
  4. You can’t go against _____ law. (a/the)
  5. I had ______ a good time yesterday. (such/many)
  6. My house is ______ to hers. (last/next)
  7. __________ students participated in the annual function. (several/any)
  8. You can’t have _______ of them. (either/neither)
  9. Miss Sonia made ______ a spectacle at the party. (rather/quite)
  10. She won the _________ prize in the debate competition. (three/third)

Answers:

  1. Tommy is ______ good dog. (a/the)
  2. Do you want ______ piece of cake ? (this/those)
  3. I have ________ money to buy new books. (many/enough)
  4. You can’t go against _____ law. (a/the)
  5. I had ______ a good time yesterday. (such/many)
  6. My house is ______ to hers. (last/next)
  7. __________ students participated in the annual function. (several/any)
  8. You can’t have _______ of them. (either/neither)
  9. Miss Sonia made ______ a spectacle at the party. (rather/quite)
  10. She won the _________ prize in the debate competition. (three/third)

Published by Priya Prakash

In the midst of winter, i found there was within me an invincible summer ~ Albert Camus

8 thoughts on “Determiners Worksheet – 2

  1. It’s good to rewrite questions with answers. Questions should be repeated several times for strong memory formation. The function matrix of questions will automatically attach answers to the brainpage module of knowledge transfer.

    In my opinion, the question maker always gets success to compete in problem solving activities. On the other hand, the solution maker may be intelligent in giving motivation, suggestion and instruction.

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