4 Circle the correct alternative in each sentence. Example I have less /fewer) friends than when I was a student. 1 Hurry up! We have very little I a little time. 2 All people | Everyone wished me a happy birthday. 3 Less / Fewer people have big families these days. 4 All Everything I want is to go home. 5 I dropped a box of cups and glasses. All / Everything broke. 6 Can I borrow a tie? Any / Some colour will be OK. 7 I've never been abroad in my all life I my whole life. 8 I can't offer you the job because you have little / a little experience. 9 Please make less I fewer noise. 10 Don't buy any more cheese. We have a little / little left. (1 point for each correct answer) 10

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maksimiksanov maksimiksanov  23.12.2023 09:30
1. The correct alternative is "little". We use "little" when we are referring to an uncountable noun. In this case, "time" is uncountable.

2. The correct alternative is "Everyone". "All people" is not grammatically correct. "Everyone" is a pronoun that refers to every person.

3. The correct alternative is "Fewer". We use "fewer" when we are referring to countable nouns. In this case, "people" is countable.

4. The correct alternative is "All". "Everything" is not grammatically correct in this context. "All" is used to refer to the entirety or the whole of something.

5. The correct alternative is "Everything". We use "everything" when we are referring to a complete or entire set of things. In this case, all of the cups and glasses broke.

6. The correct alternative is "Any". "Some" is not grammatically correct in this context. We use "any" when we are asking for a choice from a variety of options.

7. The correct alternative is "my whole life". "All life" is not grammatically correct. We use "whole" to emphasize the entirety or completeness of something.

8. The correct alternative is "little". We use "little" when we are referring to an uncountable noun. In this case, "experience" is uncountable.

9. The correct alternative is "less". We use "less" when we are referring to an uncountable noun. In this case, "noise" is uncountable.

10. The correct alternative is "little". We use "little" when we are referring to an uncountable noun. In this case, "cheese" is uncountable.

I hope this explanation helps you understand the correct alternatives in each sentence. Let me know if you have any further questions!
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