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    lot of things or lots of things

    Hi...I need some help. When do I use: a lot of things and lots of things.
    Hope to get a prompt reply.
    Thanks & regards,
    Sateesh

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    Re: lot of things or lots of things

    There's no difference in meaning.
    "Lots" is less formal than "A lot."

    [not a teacher]

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