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  1. shammi15
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    Hello everyone! I've a question. Do we say, I read much english books or I read many english books. Because english is an uncountable noun and book is a countable noun. Which is correct?

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    Re: Much/many

    Quote Originally Posted by shammi15 View Post
    Hello everyone! I've a question. Do we say, I read much english books or I read many english books. Because english is an uncountable noun and book is a countable noun. Which is correct?

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    (1) I believe that "English" in your sentence is not a noun. It's an adjective:

    English books.
    Good books.
    Interesting books.

    (2) Therefore: I read many English/good/interesting books.

    P.S. As you know, it is a noun in "English is the international language."

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