4/9 TOEFL Grammar: Little vs. Few
Little vs. Few
Do you ever have trouble choosing between “little” and “few?”
Today Teacher Christine explains the difference between these two words and when to use each. After watching the video, complete the exercise to make sure you understand this grammar point.
Choose whether to use “little” or “few” in the following sentences.
There is [little/few] water left.
I only have a [little/few] money.
I only have a [little/few] drinks.
There was a [little/few] noise, so I couldn’t hear too well.
He only bought a [little/few] apples.
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