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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #48834: Much or many
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Quantities [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Placement test 1 - Countable or Uncountable? - Some and any - Some / Any / Much / Many - Countables and uncountables - Adverbs of degree - Few/Little/Less - Each or Every
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    Much or many


    Much(of) and Many(of): Are used to talk about quantities and amounts.

     

    Much:  + singular/uncountable nouns

    Many:  + plural

    - Much meat. (uncountable noun)

    - Many children (plural noun)

     

    Much of : 'A large part of'

    -Much of  the old city was destroyed during the war.

     

    Much(of) and Many(of) :

    * In negative sentences: To emphasize that we are talking about quantities or amounts

    - He didn't show much interest in what I said during our last meeting.

    - Not many of my friends knew that I was engaged.

    * In questions : To ask about Quantities or Amounts.

    - Have you got much homework to do tonight?

    - How many questions could you answer in this test?


    Choose either Much(of) or Many(of).





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    1. There were so people at Catherine's party.

    2. I was busy the whole day, I did not get a chance to talk to my friends.

    3. There are lots of food in the fridge, take as as you want.

    4. Bob spends his time playing Video games.

    5. Can you get some coffee when you go shopping? There isn't left.

    6. friends have agreed that William is the most intelligent in our team.

    7. There wasn't discussion during our last meeting.

    8. questions needed to be answered in this examination.

    9. Are there computers in this factory?

    10. remains to be done before the test can be ready for use.

    11. I need time to answer all your questions.

    12. Sara has friends in this web site.

    13. How children have you got?

    14. Wendy did the job, but without enthusiasm.

    15. talented young students are moving to US.

    16. Snow is now covering Russia.

    17. William gave his best CD's to his French friend.









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