We use quantitative determiners with countable and uncountable nouns to indicate the quantity of something.
- (A) few = Little amount of something;
- Both = One and the other of a pair of things;
- Many = Big amount of separated objects.
- (A) little = Small amount of something;
- Much = Big amount of a mass;
- Some = Undefined but considerable amount of something.
- Were there only a few people at work?
- There are shops on both sides of the street.
- So many people visit London in winter.
- How little sugar is left?
- We do not have much time.
- Some people like football and basketball.