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    many, a lot of

    She has many apples.
    She has a lot of apples.

    She has many knowledge about History.
    She has a lot of knowledge about History.

    For me, the `many' and `a lot of' sound with same meaning.

    Could you help me?
    Last edited by user_gary; 28-Jul-2007 at 06:45.

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    Re: many, a lot of

    She has many apples.
    She has a lot of apples.

    She has many knowledge about History.
    She has a lot of knowledge about History.

    She knows a great deal about History.


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    Re: many, a lot of

    Thank you :
    Conclusion : the word `many' is commonly used with `countable' nouns.

    Am I right?

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    Re: many, a lot of

    Quote Originally Posted by user_gary View Post
    Thank you :
    Conclusion : the word `many' is commonly used with `countable' nouns.

    Am I right?
    Yes.

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