Dec 11, 2016

UNIT 87 • All / all of, most / most of, no / none of etc.

12 cards
, 52 answers
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  • Put in ‘of’ where necessary.
    •  . . . 
      cars have wheels.
      • All
      • All of

    •  . . . 
      None of
      this money is mine.
      • None
      • None of

    •  . . . 
      people get angry very easily.
      • Some
      • Some of

    •  . . . 
      Some of
      the people I met at the party were very interesting.
      • Some
      • Some of

    • I have lived in London  . . . 
      most of
      my life.
      • most
      • most of

    •  . . . 
      people watch too much TV.
      • Many
      • Many of

    • Are  . . . 
      any of
      those letters for me?
      • any
      • any of

    •  . . . 
      days I get up before 7 o’clock.
      • Most
      • Most of

    • Jim thinks that  . . . 
      museums are boring.
      • all
      • all of

  • Choose from the list and complete the sentences. Use ‘of’ (‘some of’, ‘most of’ etc.) where necessary.

    accidents       ○      ears       ○      her friends       ○      the people I invited       ○      birds       ○      my dinner       ○      the houses       ○      the population       ○      these books       ○      European countries       ○      her opinions       ○      my spare time
    • I haven’t read many
      All have wheels.
      I spend most gardening.
      It’s a historic town. Many are over 400 years old.
      Many are caused by bad driving.
      When she got married, she kept it a secret. She didn’t tell any
      Not many people live in the north of the country. Most live in the south,
      Not all can fly. For example, the penguin can’t fly.
      None to the party could come, so I cancelled it.
      Julia and I have very different ideas. I don’t agree with many
      Sarah travels a lot. She has been to most
      I had no appetite. I could only eat half
      I had no appetite. I could only eat half

    • Complete the sentences using the words in brackets. Sometimes no other words are necessary. Sometimes you need ‘the’ or ‘of the’.
      • I wasn’t well yesterday. I spent in bed. (most / day)
        can go faster than others. (some / cars)
        drive too fast. (many / people)
        you took on holiday were very good. (some / photographs)
        learn more quickly than others. (some / people)
        We’ve eaten we bought. There’s very little left. (most / food)
        Have you spent you borrowed? (all / money)
        Have you spent you borrowed? (all / money)
        Peter can’t stop talking. He talks (all / time)
        We had a lazy holiday. We spent on the beach. (most / time)
        George is easy to get on with. like him. (most / people)
        The exam was difficult. I could only answer (half / questions)
        The exam was difficult. I could only answer (half / questions)

      • Complete the sentences. Use ‘all’, ‘some’, ‘none’ + ‘it’, ‘them’, ‘us’ (‘all of it’, ‘some of them’ etc.).
        • These books are all Jane’s. belong to me.
          A: How many of these books have you read?
          We all got wet in the rain because had an umbrella.
          Some of this money is yours and is mine.
          I asked some people for directions but were able to help me.
          She made up the whole story from beginning to end. was true.
          Not all the tourists in the group were Spanish. were French.
          I watched most of the film but not

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