Re: Not much of
It's not correct to use this in a positive sense; there are other idiomatic expressions commonly used instead. Taking the coffee drinker example, one could say idiomatically:"I'm a big coffee drinker", or "I'm a keen coffee drinker".
Originally Posted by faryan
The sentence I have highlighted contains some errors. I would put it as: "If the people in [or at] a particular place are keen on [or like] jazz music, then they [obviously] prefer jazz music."
I'm not a teacher of English, but I have spoken it for (almost) all of my life....