Fill in the blanks in the sentences below with phrases from the list. In many cases, more than one expression can be used.

one, two, three, etc., of
hundreds, thousands, etc., of
a number of
many of
several of
some of
(a) few of
most, more, all of
a great (large) quantity, amount, number of
by (the pound, dozen, etc.)
per (pound, dozen, etc. )
a pint, quart, gallon, pound, yard of
by the inch, foot, yard
in half, in two
divide by, into
multiply by
add to
subtract from

1.…… the girls wanted to go dancing, while …… the boys preferred to go bowling.
2.Do you sell bananas …… the pound or …… the dozen?
3.How much do you suppose this land is worth …… acre?
4.Mark drinks …… milk every day.
5.I’d like …… this red cloth, please.
6.I only want part of this piece of pie. Won’t you please divide it ……?
7.I’ve read …… Mark Twain’s stories, but not all of them.
8.Don’t get more than …… fish.
9.…… the animals in the zoo seem unhappy in captivity.
10.Would …… you volunteer to take part in an experiment?
11.If you …… 7 …… 14, the answer is 2.
12.If you …… 10 …… 20, the answer is 10.


回答(他にも可能なものがあります。一例と考えて下さい):
1.Most of the girls wanted to go dancing, while some of the boys preferred to go bowling.
2.Do you sell bananas by the pound or by the dozen?
3.How much do you suppose this land is worth per acre?
4.Mark drinks a quart of milk every day.
5.I’d like a yard of this red cloth, please.
6.I only want part of this piece of pie. Won’t you please divide it in two?
7.I’ve read some of Mark Twain’s stories, but not all of them.
8.Don’t get more than a pound of fish.
9.A few of the animals in the zoo seem unhappy in captivity.
10.Would some of you volunteer to take part in an experiment?
11.If you divide 7 into 14, the answer is 2.
12.If you subtract 10 from 20, the answer is 10.