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    piggy386 is offline Junior Member
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    Lightbulb Many or much inconveniences?

    Donít you know your absence caused us so much inconvenience?
    or
    Donít you know your absence caused us so many inconveniences?

    Inconvenience could be used as countable and uncountable.
    I'm puzzled which one I should use for the above sentence.
    Thanks.

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    AintFoolin Guest

    Re: Many or much inconveniences?

    if there are a sequence of well defined inconviences then use the latter

    if it was just in general a huge hassle getting everything straightened out, then use the former

    but really, it doesn't matter

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