Some people believe in ghosts, but other people/others don’t.
She hasn’t got any money.
He has no free time at all.
Have you got any good ideas?
There are many people waiting.
There isn’t much furniture in the house.
A few/Very few students answered this question.
Only a few people attended the lecture.
He spent a little/very little money on clothes.
All the customers were pleased.
They all/All of them like skiing.
Both drivers were given a fine.
They both/Both of them are lawyers.
They are both lawyers.
None/Not one of the employees was happy.
Neither of the two girls wants to play.
Either play is fine.
Either of the plays/them is fine.
Each student/one was given a copy of the test.
Every student was present.
Buses run every (other) thirty minutes.
You have every reason to complain.
Every last one came to the celebration.
Each and everyone (of the students) is present.
The whole story was unbelievable.
I met him the other day.
No other student solved this exercise but John./None
other than John solved this exercise.
Have you got another pen I can use?
She bought one too many magazines.
Choose whichever/whatever brand you like.