English Grammar Using Much, Many, A lot of, Lots of and Example Sentences

English Grammar Using Much, Many, A lot of, Lots of and Example Sentences





Using A lot of

A lot of can be used for countable or uncountable nouns to indicate a large quantity.

 Examples:

  • She eats a lot of fruit.
  • There were a lot of people there.
  • He earns a lot of money.

 

Using Lots of

A lot of and lots of have the same meaning. It can be used for countable or uncountable nouns.

Examples:

  • There’s lots of food.
  • She sold lots of flowers.
  • This food contains lots of fat.




Using Much

Much is used with uncountable nouns to indicate a large quantity.

Examples:

  • I don’t earn much money.
  • He like her very much.
  • I spend too much on clothes.
  • She is feeling much healthier.

 

Using Many

Many is used with countable nouns to indicate a large quantity.

Examples:

  • I don’t have many clothes.
  • Many people heard of him.
  • I bought many toys.
  • There are too many cars.

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