Exercise: Someone, Anyone or No one?

Topic: Quantifiers | Level: Beginner

Online English Quiz

Instructions: Which is correct?

Q1 - (Doorbell rings) 'There's _____ at the door.'
Q2 - Does _____ know the answer?
Q3 - I spoke to _____ about it yesterday.
Q4 - There wasn't _____ there at all.
Q5 - Do you think that _____ will be there?
Q6 - Which can be used in questions?
Q7 - Which can used with a negative verb?
Q8 - ____ believed them.
Q9 - Would ____ like some more tea?
Q10 - _____ has left their umbrella behind.
Q11 - Shouldn't we ask _____ for help?
Q12 - I was very upset because ____ remembered to call me.
Q13 - Doesn't ____ care?
Q14 - You should have told ____ about it.

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Instructions: Which is correct?

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Q1 - (Doorbell rings) 'There's _____ at the door.'
 
anyone
 
someone
 
no one
Q2 - Does _____ know the answer?
 
anyone
 
someone
 
Either could be used here.
Q3 - I spoke to _____ about it yesterday.
 
anyone
 
someone
 
Either could be used here.
Q4 - There wasn't _____ there at all.
 
anyone
 
someone
 
no one
Q5 - Do you think that _____ will be there?
 
anyone
 
someone
 
Either could be used here.
Q6 - Which can be used in questions?
 
anyone
 
someone
 
Either.
Q7 - Which can used with a negative verb?
 
anyone
 
no one
Q8 - ____ believed them.
 
Anyone
 
No one
Q9 - Would ____ like some more tea?
 
anyone
 
someone
Q10 - _____ has left their umbrella behind.
 
Anyone
 
Someone
 
Either could be used here.
Q11 - Shouldn't we ask _____ for help?
 
anyone
 
someone
 
Either could be used here.
Q12 - I was very upset because ____ remembered to call me.
 
anyone
 
no one
Q13 - Doesn't ____ care?
 
anyone
 
no one
 
Either could be used here.
Q14 - You should have told ____ about it.
 
anyone
 
someone
 
Either could be used here.

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