Indefinite Pronouns Quiz You can do this grammar quiz online or print it on paper. It tests what you learned on the Indefinite Pronouns page. 1. An indefinite pronoun takes the place of a _______ person, thing or amount. specific non-specific particular a) specific b) non-specific c) particular 2. Which is a list of indefinite pronouns? who, what, which some, neither, everyone those, theirs, whose a) who, what, which b) some, neither, everyone c) those, theirs, whose 3. Which indefinite pronoun can complete this sentence? "I thought we'd run out of sugar, but I found _______ ." little some any a) little b) some c) any 4. Which indefinite pronoun can replace the one in this sentence without changing the meaning? "I knocked but nobody answered." no-one somebody nothing a) no-one b) somebody c) nothing 5. In which sentence is "one" an indefinite pronoun? "I'll have one glass of beer, please." "Can I buy you one?" "Sure. But just the one." a) "I'll have one glass of beer, please." b) "Can I buy you one?" c) "Sure. But just the one." 6. Which contains a plural indefinite pronoun? One's big and one's small. One's big and the other's small. One's big and the others are small. a) One's big and one's small. b) One's big and the other's small. c) One's big and the others are small. 7. Complete with the correct indefinite pronoun: "They all got tired and _______ fell asleep." much anyone many a) much b) anyone c) many 8. Complete with the correct indefinite pronoun: "She tried both, but she didn't like _______ ." either neither any a) either b) neither c) any 9. Which is correct? "There are ten teams, and _______ has its own team colours." each every some a) each b) every c) some 10. Which common phrase only contains one indefinite pronoun? Less is more Enough is enough Better than nothing a) Less is more b) Enough is enough c) Better than nothing Your score is: Correct answers: Contributor: Matt Errey. Matt is the author of several books including 1000 Phrasal Verbs in Context and Common English Idioms for learners, and Matt's ESL Games and Quizzes for teachers. He is also creator of WORD UP, the world's #1 EFL board game.