MUCH/MANY/A LOT OF...
We use MUCH with uncountable nouns and MANY when it is countable.
"There isn't much
food in the house"
people at the meeting?
1. In purely affirmative sentences, it is often preferable to use "plenty of", "lots of" or "a lot of" with both C or U nouns.(countable or uncountable nouns)
lot of /lots of /plenty of food"
instead of "much food"
lot of /lots of /plenty of cars"
instead of "many cars"
2. Only with uncountable nouns, you can also use "a great deal of" instead of much :
"A great deal of advice".
3. Only with countable nouns, you can also use "a large number of " instead of many : "a large number of toys."
*one too many = one more than the correct number "He 's had one too many again. He's slightly drunk."
= the masses, the large numbers of ordinary people "The many are left to house
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