How to Use ‘Much’, ‘Many’, ‘A Lot of’, ‘Little’, and ‘Few’ in English (With Video and Examples)

Much, Too Many, Few English Lesson

Much Vs Many Rule

We use much when the noun is uncountable (e.g. milk, water, money, sand), and we use many if the noun is countable (e.g. apples, children). For example:

  1. We don’t have much money so we should find better jobs.
  2. My family owns many properties around the world.

Examples of When to Use Much and Many

  1. My dad owns many properties in Europe.
  2. How much money do you have for your holiday?
  3. Tiny Timmy doesn’t have many friends, so we should ask him to sit with us for lunch.
  4. There are too many cows in that field.
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Much Vs Many Rule We use much when the noun is uncountable (e.g. milk, water, money, sand), and we use many if the noun is countable (e.g. apples,...
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