Articles and pronouns
Fill in the gaps (if necessary):
(some, any, no, none, all, both, every, each, one(s), —, a(n), the, (n)either, (n)or, my, your, his, her, its, our, their, etc.)
1 ____ the boys were sitting at ____ table with ____ father.
2 We have ____ singing lessons ____ second day. When do you do ____ singing?
3 'Can you see ____ of the two camels?' — 'Yes, I can see ____ .'
4 ____ sound was heard in the room and we couldn't see ____thing ____ .
5 Peter bought ____ new tyres for ____ car as the old ____ had been stolen.
6 They're working harder ____ this morning than on ____ of the days before.
7 ____ bus stopped at ____ single corner as ____body always had to get off.
8 'Have you met ____body lately?' — 'Yes, I meet ____one almost ____ day.'
9 I can't play tennis and I can't shoot ____ , but I play ____ cards well.
10 ____ of us is allowed to stay out so late at ____ night.
11 She kept on insulting me ____ the time and she ____times hit ____ face too.
12 ____body has seen such ____ big accident in ____ street before, have they?
13 Will you give ____ piece of cake to ____ of the children, please?
14 ____ gasman was working ____ day on ____ pipeline, but in ____ vain.
15 Dora goes to ____ school to pick up ____ children ____ day.
16 We were playing ____ snooker ____ night, so ____body was late for ____ work.
17 She turned on ____ the taps so as the others couldn't hear ____ us.
18 ____ worker in ____ factory will get ____ pay rise ____ next week.
19 We ____ got ____ nice present from ____ other at ____ Christmas.
20 ____ of the tourists could find ____ way without ____ guide.
1 All the boys were sitting at the table with father.
2 We have singing lessons every second day. When do you do singing?
3 'Can you see either of the two camels?' — 'Yes, I can see both .'
4 No sound was heard in the room and we couldn't see anything either.
5 Peter bought new tyres for his car as the old ones had been stolen.
6 They're working harder this morning than on any of the days before.
7 The bus stopped at every single corner as somebody always had to get off.
8 'Have you met anybody lately?' — 'Yes, I meet someone almost every day.'
9 I can't play tennis and I can't shoot either, but I play cards well.
10 Neither of us is allowed to stay out so late at night.
11 She kept on insulting me all the time and she sometimes hit my face too.
12 Nobody has seen such a big accident in our street before, have they?
13 Will you give a piece of cake to each of the children, please?
14 The gasman was working all day on the pipeline, but in vain.
15 Dora goes to the school to pick up the children every day.
16 We were playing snooker all night, so everybody was late for work.
17 She turned on all the taps so as the others couldn't hear us.
18 Every worker in the factory will get a pay rise next week.
19 We both got a nice present from each other at Christmas.
20 None of the tourists could find the way without the guide.
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