Important Determiners for HSLC Final Exam 2023

Hey everyone! Welcome back to another important topic for the SEBA Exam 2023. In this session, we will discuss Important Determiners for HSLC Final Exam 2023. As you know every year Board of Secondary Education Assam conducts an examination for the students of class 10. In Assam, SEBA Exam includes a total of 6 subjects & English is one of the tough subjects for Assamese Medium students.

In Class 10 English, there is a grammar section in the SEBA Course & determiners are included in that grammar section. Especially in the Assamese Medium course students are always afraid of English grammar.

That’s why; we are here to discuss some Important Determiners for HSLC Final Exam. Moreover, we have added determiners from the previous 20 years’ exam papers, so that you can easily get the idea for determiners in the SEBA exam 2023.


Important Determiners for HSLC Final Exam

  1. There is a University in Guwahati. (a/an/the)
  2. The elephant is a large animal.(a/an/the)
  3. There is some water in the glass.(any/some/many)
  4. I will give you a useful hint. (a/an/the)
  5. My mother is an honorable man.(a/an/the)
  6. I am much older than you. (much/more/many)
  7. She bought the few books she needed.(few/a few/the few)
  8. With a little help from you, I can do the job.(little/a little/the little)
  9. Switzerland is a European country. (a/an /the)
  10. We have only a few minutes to spare.(few/a few/the few)
  11. They had only a little money left.(little/a little/the little)
  12. Bimal does not get much time for studies.(many/much/few)
  13. There are just a few Apples left.(few/a few /the few)
  14. Reading is a useful hobby.(a/an/the)
  15. Only a few pupils are there in the class.(few/a few/the few)
  16. The Army was called in to restore peace.(the /an/a)
  17. There are only a few girls in our school. (few/a few/the few)
  18. I can depend on the few friends I have. (few/a few/the few)
  19. We shall stay here for a little While. (little/a little/the little)
  20. This is a slip of the Tongue. (a/an/the)
  21. I have two sisters neither is tall.(none/neither)
  22. There isn’t much furniture in this room. (much/many)
  23. Any Woman can do that.(any/some)
  24. He will come back in an hour. (a/an/the)
  25. Few of these pencils are broken.(few/a few/the few)
  26. Socrates gave much Useful advice to his pupils. (many/much/more)
  27. Will you visit us for a few days? (few/a few/the few)
  28. I belong to neither Party because both the parties are dishonest. (either/neither)
  29. There are only a few girls in the class.(few/a few/the few)
  30. He drives his car very carefully.(much/more/very)
  31. He drives much carefully. (much/little/lots of)
  32. Don’t neglect an illiterate.(a/an/the)
  33. She is much younger than her husband.(much/more/very)
  34. Reading is a useful hobby.(a/an/the)
  35. I am looking for a ewe. (a/an/the)

Important Determiners for SEBA Exam [1998-2000]

1998

  • He received much help from his teachers. (much/more/many) 
  •  I can depend on the few friends I have. (few /a few/the few) 
  • A little guidance from you will be enough for me. (little/a little/the little)
  •  My brother is studying at a European University. (a/an/the)

1999

  1. He gave away the little money he had to the beggar.(little/a little/the little)
  2. Few of my friends helped me much in my distress.(few/a few/the few)
  3.  I got more help from my mother than from my father.(much/more/many)
  4. A union leader will address the workers.(a/an/the)

2000

  • I received much encouragement from my parents.(much/more/many)
  • My brother is an N.C.C cadet.(a/an/the)
  • He does not trust the few friends he has. ((few/a few/the few)
  • A busy person has little to waste.(little/a little/ the little)

Important Determiners for SEBA Exam [2000-2005]

2001

  1. He gave me a one rupee note.(a/an/the
  2. Can you lend me a few books? (few/a few/ the few)
  3. He is much older than his wife.(more/much/many)
  4. He will stay here for a little while.(little/a little/the little)
  5. Each of the boys has done his work.(every/some/each)
  6. She has lots of things to do. (lots of/much/most)

2002

  • She does not get much time for her studies.(many/much/some)
  • My brother is an N.C.C. cadet.(a/an/the)
  • This story is very interesting. (much/more/very)
  • He has to feed his family with the little money he earns. (little/a little/the little)

2003

  1. Much of their property was destroyed in the flood.(many/much/more)
  2. He has to manage with the little money he earns. (little/a little/the little)
  3.  This is the European lady I was talking about. (a/an/the)
  4. Many guests were invited but only a few turned up. (few/a few/the few)
  5. We found the house without much difficulty.(much/many/more)
  6. Rajinikanth is called the Scott of Assam. (a/an/the)

2004

  • This is the room I work in. (a/an/the)
  • Many of the apples were rotten. (many/much/more)
  • Only a few of the applications were suitable.(few/a few/the few)
  • I expect only a little encouragement from you. (little/a little/the little)
  • The workers decided to form a union. (a/an/the)
  • Did you buy any bread today? (some/any/many)

2005

  1. Only a few among the invitees turned up.(few/a few/the few)
  2. Do you have any books on astrology? (some/any)
  3.  You will have to manage with the little money you have.(little/a little/the little)
  4.  An undergraduate can not apply for that post.(a/an/the)
  5. This is not a usual happening.(a/an/the)
  6. Society gives much respect to a thinker.(many/much/more)

Important Determiners for SEBA Exam [2006-2010]

2006

  • That girl has many good qualities. (much/more/many)
  • Can you help me with a little Money? (little/a little/the little)
  • Our principal is a man of few words. (few/a few/the few)
  • Did you buy any oranges today? (any/some/many)
  • Our teacher gave us much useful advice.(many/more/much)
  • Kalidasa is the Shakespeare of India. (a/an/the)

2007

  1. He has a few friends who stand by him. (few/a few/the few)
  2. Did you have any difficulty in finding the house?(much/ many)
  3. His brother is a University student.(a/an/the)
  4. I appreciate even the little help they gave me.(little/a little/the little)
  5. An umbrella is a useful thing.(a/an/the)
  6. Have you any books to read?(some/many/any)

2008

  • Many guests were invited but only a few turned up. (the few/a few/few)
  • This is the European lady I was talking about. (a/an/the)
  • I cannot give you any Money.(any/some/a little)
  • We found the house without much difficulty.(much/many/more)
  • Sri Lanka is an Island. (a/an/the)
  •  Each of the boys was rewarded. (each/every/any)

2009

  • He gave away the little money he had to the beggar.(little/a little/the little)
  • Reading is a useful hobby.(a/an/the)
  • Only a few of the candidates were suitable.(few/a few/the few)
  • They won the match without any difficulties.(much/more/many)
  • Each of the competitors will get a certificate. (any/each/every)
  • I don’t expect any help from them. (some /many/any)

2010

  1. Hurry up we have only a little time left.(little/a little/the little)
  2. The workers decided to form a Union. (a/an/the)

Important Determiners for SEBA Exam [2011-2018]

2011

  • A painter is a man of few words. (few/a few /the few)
  •  An honorary secretary gets no salary for holding the post.(a/an/the)
  • Each of the candidates must produce her/his identity card.(any/every/each)
  • India won the match with a little bit of luck.(little/a little /the little)

2012

  1. Few men are free from faults.(few/a few/the few)
  2. An hour has passed since he left us.(a/an/the)
  3. Each Of the students will be given a copy of the magazine.(every/each/any)
  4. Please give me the little money you have. (little/a little/the little)

2013

  • He will come back within an hour(a/an/the)
  • Few men are free from faults.(few/a few/the few)
  • Leap year falls every fourth year.(any/every//each)
  • A little learning is a dangerous thing.(little/a little/the little)

2014

  1. I gave a one rupee note to the beggar.(a/an/the)
  2. My father is much older than my mother.(many/much/more)
  3. I buy a few books every month. (few/a few/the few)
  4. I need the little money I have. (little/a little /the little)

2015

  • Please give me a little time to finish the work.(little/a little/the little)
  • Then I will take you to the university.(a/an/the)

2016

  1. Ramen comes home twice a month. (a/an/the)
  2. Mr. Bell Rang the Bell of alarm and I woke up.(a/an/the)
  3. A busy person has little time to waste.(little/a little/the little0
  4. Only a few of the applications were found suitable.(few/a few/the few))

2017

  • My mother is an NCC cadet.(a/an/the)
  • We found the house without much difficulty.(much/more/any)
  • He has to feed his family with the little money he earns. (little/a little/the little)
  • Our principal is a man of few words. (few/a few/the few)

2018

  1. The rich are not always unkind.(a/an/the)
  2. The principal gave the students a piece of sound advice.(a/an/the)
  3. Every school has a union of the students.(a/an/the)
  4. Is there any coffee left in the pot?

Conclusion on Determiners for 2022 SEBA Exam

We have discussed all the asked determiners from 1998 to 2018 for the SEBA Exam. Besides these, we have also added the most Important Determiners for HSLC Final Exam 2023. In the future, we will update this topic every year for the students from Assamese Medium.

If you have any questions regarding this session, you can ask me in the comment section. Moreover, for more details and future updates, you can Follow Us on the Assamese Medium Facebook Page.

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