English Grammar Lesson : The use of Much and Many in sentences
In English, we have many words to express quantity, including many, much, few, less, a lot, lots, a little, etc. Today Rachna will teach you some of the ways to express amounts by using the quantifiers many and much.
You will learn a few basic rules for using these quantifiers. You will review using many and much in positive statements, negative statements, and questions. And since there are always exceptions to every rule of English, Rachna has listed some exceptions for many and much that will clear up your confusion while using these quantifiers.
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