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    When I compare 2 restauratns, and I say " This restuarant doesn't have a lot of menu than the other one". Does it sound okay? Should I say long menu, much menu, or a lot of menu? Which is right?


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    Re: menu

    You would usually say "That restaurant's menu is longer than this one's" or "There is much more choice in that menu than this one".

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    Re: menu

    Or it has a more extensive menu.

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    Re: menu

    Or - this restaurant has a bigger menu selection.

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