much VS many Online Test

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Both ‘much’ and ‘many’ are determiners, and have the same or similar definition. They mean ‘a lot of’, or ‘in great quantities’, or ‘a great amount’. They may mean the same, but their usage differs.

If a noun is an uncountable noun (which is often in singular form), the ‘much’ determiner should be used.

On the other hand, the determiner ‘many’ should be used with countable nouns, or plural nouns.






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