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    #1

    Will the reader think there were too much content or too much syllabus?

    Hi,

    Q1:
    Will the reader think there were too much content or too much syllabus?
    Q2:
    Which sentence is correct?



    Sentence1:
    We couldn’t memorize all the content in the syllabus, because there were too much.

    Sentence2:
    We couldn’t memorize all the content in the syllabuses, because there were too much.

    Sentence3:
    We couldn’t memorize all the content in the curriculum, because there were too much.

    Sentence4:
    We couldn’t memorizeall the content in the curriculums, because there were too much.



    Note:
    Content is uncourtable in here (i think)

    Thanks

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    #2

    Smile Re: Will the reader think there were too much content or too much syllabus?

    curriculum: my definition of this word is: the schematic representation of the order, intensity, and content of courses for a particular educational or academic purpose.

    Your point doesn't have much to do with curriculum. You could try something like the following sentence:

    The contents/ materials (outlined ) in the syllabus are/ appear to be so comprehensive/ detailed/ time-consuming that we can't memorize all of them.

    You are trying to evade studying, aren't you?


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