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    Much problem

    If "problem" is a countable noun, how come it is possible to say "much problem"? Is it a contraction of "much of a problem" or can the word "problem" be noncountable?

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    Re: Much problem

    I'd say it's like 'much of a problem', rather than uncountable.

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