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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #116733: How much? How Many?
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Frequent mistakes | Quantities [Change theme]
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    How much? How Many?


    How much?/ How many?

    it's very easy to remember this grammatical point, how much? or how many?

    How much question: It's used for uncountable nouns

    Examples: How MUCH coffee is there? 



    Mind if you have for example Cup of coffee, glass of water,..., it becomes countable, then you should use  "how many".

    How many question: It's used with countable nouns

    Examples: How MANY eggs do you want?


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    1. money do you have?

    2. oranges do you need?

    3. cups of coffee do you drink a day?

    4. butter do you add to bake a cake?

    5. sandwiches do you want for your picnic?

    6. bread do we need for lunch?

    7. books do you read in a month?

    8. chicken is there in the fridge?

    9. orange juice do we have?

    10. students are there in the class?

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