Re: fish - countable or uncountable?
Why make life difficult for yourself? Most speakers would say 'a lot of'. We tend to use 'much' and 'many only in negative and interrogative sentences:
When you are eating it, 'fish' is generally uncountable. When you are catching it, it is generally countable.
There wasn't much fish in that fish soup.
I didn't catch many fish last night - two trout and a crayfish.
Last edited by 5jj; 03-Mar-2013 at 19:01.
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