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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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