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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #25850: Number / Amount
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    Number / Amount

    Number and amount


     Amount  is used when you cannot count the items to which you are referring, and when you are referring to singular nouns.


     Number on the other hand, is used when you can count the items to which you are referring, and when you are referring to plural nouns.


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    1. She reduced the of hours she works each week in order to take care of her elderly mother
    2. Can you give me an estimate of the of people who will attend the party?
    3. The of time he spent at work every Saturday was worth it when he was rewarded with a year-end bonus.
    4. What was the exact of people you invited to your birthday?
    5. What would you pay for a new house?
    6. We travelled a of miles before we realised we were lost.
    7. Please pay the full (=of money) by the end of the month.
    8. A large of children are likely to be watching this programme.
    9. We've had an enormous of help from people.
    10. Think of a and multiply it by four.

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