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    a lot of/lots of question

    I have asked him a lot of question.
    I have asked him lots of question.

    Are the both sentences correct?

    Actually I want to learn can I use a singular noun after "a lot of" or "lots of".

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    Re: a lot of/lots of question

    You can use lot with both countable and uncountable nouns.

    Eg: I've a lot of money.

    When using "a lot of" or "lots of" (which I think to be less formal) + countable noun, it should be plural. ------ questions.

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