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  1. wotcha's Avatar
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    #1

    an amount of + uncountable / a number of + countable ?

    1. He gave me an amount of books.

    2. He gave me a number of money.

    3. There are an amount of money on the table.

    4. There is a number of books on the table.



    Are the above sentences correct?

    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: an amount of + uncountable / a number of + countable ?

    No. Look again at your thread title.

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