Indefinite Pronouns some, any, no, one

I. Choose the correct variant to complete the sentences.
1. There are messages on the table. They are for you.
2. Are these your biscuits? Could I have , please?
3. Tom’s clothes looked very dirty. Why didn’t he put on clean ?
4. As the weather was nasty, there were hardly people outside.
5. The girl said she had not pocket money left.
6. Thanks, I need help, I’ll manage myself.
7. Are there bookstores near here?
8. real work was done in the office while the manager was away.
9. witnesses responded to the police appeal after the accident.
10. – I’ve been to lots of countries, really. – Which have you been to?
11. Are these your cookies? Could I have , please?
12. They haven’t been here for years.
13. doctors think there’s a lot to be said for alternative medicine.
14. They haven’t looked at of the alternatives.
15. other book gives quite so much detail as this one.
II. Find an error in the underlined fragments.
1. When I tried on my new dresses I found that not any of them fitted me any more.
2. - Roy, did you want to keep all these old books or no? – I am not sure. They look interesting but none would be worth anything.
3. Not many people realize that a spider is no an insect because insects don’t have eight legs and none of them make webs.
4. I don’t see a lot of films and I haven’t seen a one for ages.
5. Children love their toys. They usually have it favourite, which they take to bed.
6. One of our problems is pollution. Many people are concerned about one but they cannot find an easy solution.
7. He’s got two jobs. One is at a book-store and the other ones is at a café.
8. The cheese at this supermarket is the best ones in our town.
9. Why are there not parking spaces round here at all?
10. Lee’s his own worst enemy. He complains he hasn’t sold no of his paintings, but won’t show them to anyone.
11. You’ll need to put your views across extremely diplomatically otherwise any people might take offence.
12. You’ve had no good news, haven’t you? It’s written all over your face.
13. - I didn’t bring my money with me. – Don’t worry, I’ve got somehow.
14. If she gets some worse, she’ll have to go to hospital.
15. As far as I know, any of the information in last night’s broadcast was incorrect.
III. Translate the Russian fragments into English.
1. (Никакой) doctor will tell you that smoking is harmless.
2. Whose baby is that? – Do you mean (того) who’s playing in the sand?
3. I don’t like his new songs, I prefer (те) he recorded years ago.
4. - Which café did you go to yesterday, Paul? – You know, (то, которое) we often go to after classes.
5. These loaves are stale. Could you, please, give me some (свежие) ?
6. – Which shoes do you like best? – I think, I like best (те) on the right.
7. Hardly (какие-либо) of the paintings at the gallery were for sale.
8. At the museum there were (несколько) very interesting clay artifacts dating from the third century BC.
9. As far as I know (никто) is talking about you behind your back.
10. (Некоторые) wines are best drunk young.
11. I’ve hardly got (какие-либо) money left.
12. (Некоторые) mobile phones have lots of different gadgets on them.
13. There are (никаких) other languages I would like to learn.
14. Your password will not be disclosed to (никакому) third party.
15. I could hear the audience murmuring but couldn’t make out (никаких) distinct comments.