This exercise will teach you how to use 'one', 'ones', 'the other one', 'another one'
Here are some examples:
Do you like this car? No, I prefer the other one (the other car).
Please lend me a pen. I can't - I haven't got one.
This restaurant is more expensive than that one (the other restaurant).
Choose the best answer from the drop-down menu for each of the blank spaces. Click on the one you think is right, then click on the answer box.