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    #1

    many versus much

    Greek was spoken by ....... of the educated Roman elite, as ....... of the literature studied was in that language.

    A)
    much/ most

    B) any/ a lot

    C) few/ no

    D) many/ little

    E) none/ many

    A or B?

    many of the educated Roman elite or much of the Roman elite?


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    #2

    Re: many versus much

    Yes option A is the one that works in that sentence :)

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    Re: many versus much

    Most/much is better in my opinion

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