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How much?

December 14, 2012


Isn’t using “much” enough for you? I’m glad to inform you that English has many words (which describes large amounts) in store! E: It’s a hell of lot of bullets. Noun: a lot of lots of slew plenty mass sum tons hatful heap pile loads mountain pyramid pot dozens oodles (most of these words are […]

Fewer and less

December 4, 2012


Less and fewer are two varieties of one meaning, which describes small amounts of things. Remember that small can make a big difference. If you can’t count a single component of something (a noun) you use less, for instance you can’t count flour, coffee, food, health, even money. E: I think there is less money […]