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Please fill the blank with "a few", "few", "a little", or "little" to make a meaningful sentence.
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1. Jane cannot afford to buy the ticket of that rock concert. She has ____ money left.
2. ____ people watched that play because the story was very boring.
3. We can bake a cake. We have ____ sugar and flour here.
4. We can make omelette. We have ____ eggs in the fridge.
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5. Few and little mean not enough, less or fewer than expected. They show that there is not a lot of something, there is a lack of something.
6. A few and a little mean some, enough. They show that something is more than expected or still remains.
7. When they’re preceded by a, the meaning is negative and is suggesting that something is not enough.
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8. Which is the correct sentence?
9. Which is the correct sentence?
10. Which is the correct sentence?
11. Which is the correct sentence?
12. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate word in the correct form.
a few | a little | few | little
I have water left. That's enough to share.
I have good friends.
He has education. He can't read and write.
There are people she really trusts. It's a bit sad.
Julie gave us apples from her garden.
13. Which is the correct sentence?