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    #1

    much/many more people...

    1. There are much more people than I expected.

    2. There are many more people than I expected.

    Which is correct?

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    #2

    Re: much/many more people...

    Quote Originally Posted by wotcha View Post
    1. There are much more people than I expected.

    2. There are many more people than I expected.

    Which is correct?
    "Many" is correct.


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    Smile Re: much/many more people...

    'Many' is used for countable nouns and much is used for noncount / uncountable. too much traffic, for example, as traffic is uncountable, or water. And too many cars, for example, as cars are countable (one car, two cars, and so on)

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