Quantifiers are words that precede and modify nouns and that are used to communicate how many or how much.
Selecting the correct quantifier depends on whether they are used with a count or noncount noun. The following quantifiers can be used with count nouns:
Example:many [quantifier] people, a few people, several people,
a couple of people, none of the people
The following quantifiers can be used with noncount nouns:
Example:not much eating, a little eating, a bit of eating, a good
deal of eating, no eating
A question mark closes a question.
Example: What time is it?
A question mark is also used to express a doubt.
Example: He is older (?) than she.
If the question is indirect, no question mark is used.
Example: I wonder whether he will be here.