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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #125428: Much, More, Many, or Very
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    Much, More, Many, or Very


    You can use ''too'' with ''much'' and ''many'' to show that there is more than you wanted.

     

    You can use ''so'' with "much" and ''many" to emphasise quantity.

    Use ''much'' for uncountable nouns (such as money, time and information).

    Remember: use ''more'' in comparative sentences.Remember: use ''very'' before adjectives.Use ''much'' before uncountable nouns.

    We generally use ''much'' in negative sentences and in questions.Use ''many'' with plural countable nouns.

    We generally use ''many'' in negative sentences and in questions.

    You can use ''much'' before comparatives to emphasise the difference.

    Use ''very'' before adjectives to mean ''a lot of''.

    Use ''more'' in comparative sentences.



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    1. She has friends than me.

    2. He is happy about the match.

    3. He is older than his brother.

    4. He doesn't have friends at school.

    5. We don't have time before the flight.

    6. It's hot here in summer.

    7. This exercise is not difficult than the previous one.

    8. There isn't information in that brochure.

    9. She has so friends at school!

    10. There are too questions in that exercise!










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