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    Question Grammar. Which sentence is correct

    The below two sentences which one is correct. Should I use any or much?

    a)There isn't any milk in the carton. You must buy some more.
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    b)There isn't much milk in the cartin. You must buy some more.
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    Please help. Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: Grammar. Which sentence is correct

    The two sentences have different meanings....

    The first means the milk carton is empty.

    The second means the milk carton contains a small amount of milk.

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Default Re: Grammar. Which sentence is correct

    They are both correct.

    Use the first when there is no more milk, and use the second when the milk is about to run out.

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