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  • much

    797 54.33%
  • a lot of

    520 35.45%
  • Either

    150 10.22%
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Thread: Much or A Lot 2


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    #21

    Re: Much or A Lot 2

    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.

    thanks

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    #22

    Re: Much or A Lot 2

    what is diffrent between A lot of and lots of ?

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    #23

    Re: Much or A Lot 2

    Quote Originally Posted by ingliscarabao View Post
    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.

    thanks
    Your friend is a sore loser.

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    #24

    Re: Much or A Lot 2

    Q: What is the difference between a lot of and lots of?
    A: Not much.


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    #25

    Re: Much or A Lot 2

    A careful speaker will say "My friends and I were playing cards" but "Me and my friends...." (Ugh!) is often used.

    ~R


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    #26

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee View Post

    A careful speaker will say "My friends and I were playing cards" but "Me and my friends...." (Ugh!) is often used.

    ~R
    Should it be "a careful speaker will not say ... but ... ," or am I wrong?

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    #27

    Re: Much or A Lot 2

    Quote Originally Posted by vekarppe View Post
    Should it be "a careful speaker will not say ... but ... ," or am I wrong?
    Will not say Me and my friends.

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    #28

    Re: Much or A Lot 2

    i didn't under stand ! .. shall he say " i won " or " i win " ??? :)

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    #29

    Re: Much or A Lot 2

    Say "I won!" or "I win!" Both are used.



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    I remember that a lot of = lots of. The only difference is what word you like using.
    Ps: i guess so.

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