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    much homework?

    Hello Everyone,

    What should I say if I ask my kid in English if there is much homework or not today? Can I just say "much homework"?



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    Re: much homework?

    Yes, I think you can usually say "much homework."

    Do you have much homework today?

    Do you have too much homework today?

    Was there much homework assigned today?

    Did the teacher give you very much homework?

    How come you don't have very much homework today?

    I see you don't have very much homework today.

    "A lot" may fit easier in some cases where you would consider using "much"

    Do you have a lot of homework today?
    It looks like you don't have a lot of homework today.

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