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A lot of vs A lot
Focus Grammar
Description An activity to practise the difference between A LOT OF and A LOT
Instructions Click on the words at the bottom and drag them into the empty boxes of the sentence to complete it.
 
Gapped text Items
We need ______________________ food for all these people a lot / a lot of
I drink ______________________ milk every day a lot / a lot of
She lives in the forest, so she doesn't need ______________________ money to survive a lot of / a lot
It has rained ______________________ today a lot of / a lot
Did you read ______________________ books when you were a child? a lot / a lot of
I like her ______________________ a lot of / a lot
They don't buy ______________________ clothes a lot / a lot of
Do you want more money? - No thanks, I don't need ______________________ a lot of / a lot
Now I'm on holidays, so I have ______________________ time a lot / a lot of
She doesn't work ______________________, just three hours a day a lot of / a lot
5 euros is not ______________________ for a book a lot of / a lot
You won one million euros at the lottery? Wow, that's ______________________ a lot of / a lot
I have ______________________ friends in Mexico a lot / a lot of
I love you ______________________, I'm always thinking of you a lot of / a lot
Children? Yes, we have ______________________ a lot / a lot of
Do you think this is ______________________? a lot / a lot of
It takes ______________________ patience to do that a lot / a lot of
Thanks ______________________, you are very kind a lot of / a lot
Are you going to have ______________________ children? a lot of / a lot
We don't need ______________________ things to be happy a lot of / a lot
Total number of items: 20
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Students of some nationalities have problems to disinguish A LOT from A LOT OF, so this activity will help them to get this thing right.

The only rule you need to know is this:

- A LOT OF + a noun A lot of sugar

- A LOT is not followed by a noun This is a lot, I don't need any more