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  1. Anonymous
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    I have a question!!!

    Helo!!I want to ask which is right MUCH PEOPLE or MANY PEOPLE[/u][/b]

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    Use many for something you can count. Example: "Many people showed up at the party."
    Use much for something you can't count. Example: "There was not much milk, but there was too much water."

    :)

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    Re: I have a question!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lusyok
    Helo!!I want to ask which is right MUCH PEOPLE or MANY PEOPLE[/u][/b]
    What Ron said.

    Ron has much wisdom and provides many answers. :wink:

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    :wink:

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    :wink:
    8)

  6. shopping20
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    not too many people here.

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    Not so many people here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Not so many people here.
    cannot i use too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shopping20
    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Not so many people here.
    cannot i use too?
    Yes, you can use too, but say:
    • "Can't I use too?"


    :)


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    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    Quote Originally Posted by shopping20
    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Not so many people here.
    cannot i use too?
    Yes, you can use too, but say:
    • "Can't I use too?"


    :)
    :wink: Well done!

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