A1 Much and Many

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Let’s learn about how to use much and many to talk about quality. You learn how to use these with countable and uncountable.

much and many

Learn the use of much and many to be successful in the Cambridge Assessment English A1 Movers test.

A1 Much and Many

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Choose the correct word.

The words much and many mean a lot of

If a noun is uncountable, we use much.
I get much homework on Friday.
Don’t eat too much sugar.

If a noun is countable, we use many.
Maria has many friends.
There are many people living in Tokyo.

Use of much and many
We often use much and many in questions and negatives sentences.
How much money do you have?
Jack doesn’t have many pens.

In positive sentences with so or too, we also use much and many.
Peter has so much homework tonight.
There aren’t too many days left to Christmas.

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