Quantity means the amount or number of a material or abstract thing. Usually it is not estimated or evaluated by structural measurement. Quantity is a specified or indefinite number or amount. In our daily life we usually talk about quantity, directly or indirectly. Here are the most commonly used expressions for expressing Quantity.
|There are many books to read today
|There are many…
|There were so many tourists on the beach
|There were so many…
|Many people travel by train
|Smith had so much work to do
|Don’t eat too much
|I like my car too much
|… too much …
|George doesn’t drink much tea
|There was a lot of rain yesterday
|There’s lots of food in the refrigerator
|There’s lots of…
|They need a few coins to buy a ticket
|… a few …
| Did you read any horror story?
| Joseph doesn’t want any coffee
| … any …
| Can I have some milk, please?
| It will take some time
| He is fit enough to run daily
| We have enough for the entire family
| … enough …
| Does anyone know him?
| The salary is not sufficient for living expenses
|The rice is sufficient for five guests
| … sufficient …
|This channel has a large number of viewers
|… a large number of …
|There is a large amount of study material
|… a large amount of …
| They are a little tired
| The car is too expensive for me
| The car is less expensive for me
| This school is very ideal
| What a big man!