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    #1

    Money amount

    I have another question;

    when we talk about money we can say' five pounds is alot to pay'
    is that correct? if yes, which grammer rule is related to?


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    Re: Money amount

    Yes, but a lot should be written as two words.

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    Re: Money amount

    Money, even when the numbers are plural, is generally treated as a singular things, a sum, which explains the use of is there.


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    Re: Money amount

    I agree to tdol.

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