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A quantifier is a word or number that shows an amount or number. ‘Much‘ and ‘Many‘ are quantifiers.

 

We use ‘Many‘ when we talk about plural countable nouns.
Nouns like ‘apples’ and ‘cars’ are countable because we can say there is one apple, or there are two cars.

We use ‘Much‘ when we talk about uncountable nouns.
Nouns like ‘money’ and ‘information’ are uncountable (we can’t say ‘one money’ or ‘two informations’.

 

 

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Lesson tags: elementary, much-many
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