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    welldone Guest

    Default "Many" and "much"

    Dear teachers,

    I am a bit confused about these two words. I was told by my teachers that use "many" with countable noun, while "much" with uncountable ones.

    First, is that true?
    Second, if that's true, then what about this:

    "I didn't see much difference"

    Why don't we say "I didn't see many difference"?

    Something must be wrong here

    Thanks for any help

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Default Re: "Many" and "much"

    'Difference' can be both countable and uncountable:

    I don't see much difference
    I don't see many differences


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    welldone Guest

    Default Re: "Many" and "much"

    thanks.
    Didn't notice that before...

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    Default Re: "Many" and "much"

    Hi,
    If you go to Usingenglish.com you will find an exercise on"Many & Much. this will make it clear to you.
    Good luck
    Nolan

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