View Poll Results: She doesn't have ___ free time

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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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    #1

    Much or A Lot 2


  1. sanny
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    okey, I get it

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    #3
    Both are correct. We do use 'much' in the negative.

  2. sanny
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    tdol wrote:
    We do use 'much' in the negative.

    I don't understand, could you tell me?

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    #5
    'I don't have much time' is natural English, but 'I have much time', though grammatically correct, sounds strange- we tend to use 'a lot of' in the positive.

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    okey, now I get that to.

    Can I also say:

    okey, now I got that to.

    and what's the differents?

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    #7
    Quote Originally Posted by sanny
    okey, now I get that to.

    Can I also say:

    okey, now I got that to.

    and what's the differents?
    Say:
    • Okay, now I get that too.

    I don't think there is any difference between the two, practically speaking. (Okey is okay too.)

    :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    Quote Originally Posted by sanny
    okey, now I get that to.

    Can I also say:

    okey, now I got that to.

    and what's the differents?
    Say:
    • Okay, now I get that too.

    I don't think there is any difference between the two, practically speaking. (Okey is okay too.)

    :)
    Okay, now I get that too!
    :D

  6. sanny
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    I don't know why, but I always write 'to' with one 'o', although I most of the time know when to use it with two 'o's.


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    #10
    is it "now i get that" or "now i got that"?

    it should be " now i get that "right?

    and the other question is

    do you bring your pen?
    oh, i _ .
    here, which one will u use?
    forget or forgot?

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