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okey, I get it
Both are correct. We do use 'much' in the negative.
You told, we use `much' in only negative sentences. So, I hope, no one sentence in the world where `much' is used in affirmative sentences.
If I am wrong, please tell me.
Also, please check whether the following sentences are right or wrong.
I have a lot of food.
I don't have much food.
I gave a lot of money to him.
I didn't give much money to him.
Am I right?
wow! there's so much to learn here.
how about this one...
me and my friends were playing cards. the moment I laid my cards, I shouted "I win!". He told me that it should be "I won!". Please enlighten me.
what is diffrent between A lot of and lots of ?
Q: What is the difference between a lot of and lots of?
A: Not much.
Much is used for uncountable nouns. Time is an uncountable noun. We cannot say times. So we use much. (for countable nouns we use many)
A lot of is used for both countable and uncountable nouns.
So, we can use both of them. Am I right?