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    many more

    Is this "many more "'s "many" like "much, still, even, far ,a lot" which describe comparatives? It just seems its original meanig, so is it different from "much more or a lot more"?

    ex)When we search for something on the Internet, why do we get 11,980,764 results? Tens of millions of pages exist on the Internet, and many more are being added every day....

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    Re: many more

    "Much more" would be for uncountable nouns. "Pages" is not an uncountable noun so it's "many more". "A lot more" would be perfectly fine too.

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