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    #51

    Re: Much or Many 1

    good one

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    #52

    Re: Much or Many 1

    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee View Post
    Well, I wouldn't call myself an expert, but I suppose it is a relative term. :)

    Do you think this forum has been helpful so far? Do you think you are using English more effectively because of it?

    I make plenty of mistakes myself. Please point them out when you see them. :wink:

    You are welcome always.

    :)
    I think it is correct to say : You always are welcome .

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    #53

    Re: Much or Many 1

    I would say You are always welcome.

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    #54

    Re: Much or Many 1

    how MUCH do you spend? :)

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    #55

    Talking Re: Much or Many 1

    Maybe we should put a subject whether countable or uncountable noun to identify if we will use many or much. As stated in the grammar rule, we will use many if the subject is a countable noun while much if the subject is an uncountable noun.:)
    Last edited by GutierrezDianne; 26-Feb-2017 at 00:14.

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    #56

    Re: Much or Many 1

    The sentence is much better if there is a subject which will sigmify the yse of verb we eill use. Thanks

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    #57

    Re: Much or Many 1

    In the poll question, the subject is "how" plus either many or much, depending on your answer.
    I am not a teacher.

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    #58

    Red face Re: Much or Many 1

    I think we should put a accountable noun to be modified after 'how many' like this:
    How many hours do you spend ?

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    #59

    Re: Much or Many 1

    Quote Originally Posted by SirGuillier View Post
    I think we should put a accountable noun to be modified after 'how many' like this:
    How many hours do you spend ?
    That's correct, but it isn't what the question asked. With which word would you replace the blank in the question ​How _______ would you spend?
    I am not a teacher.

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