Examples of Quantifiers for Both Countable and Uncountable Nouns

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Definition of Quantifiers for both countable and uncountable nouns:

These quantifiers quantify not only countable nouns but also uncountable nouns.

Examples of Quantifiers for both countable and uncountable nouns:

  • We had a lot of fun in the picnic.
  • There was a lot of people in the gallery.
  • Some people were shouting there.
  • Have some patience.
  • We have enough time in our hand.
  • Bill has enough experience of editing.
  • All the people were so excited.
  • All the water of the pond has become poisonous.
  • You can take any of the gifts.
  • Do you have any experience?
  • There is a lot of commodities in the shop.
  • Rick has some experience in marketing.
  • Peter mentioned some points during the discussion.
  • Any of the students can come.
  • Do you have any idea about it?
  • I met with a lot of people in the program.
  • Alice had a lot of excitement to be there.
  • Some people are against this movie.
  • Bring me some water.
  • All the topics are so interesting.

 

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