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    #1

    Angry fewer and less

    When we use fewer and less.
    How they are different.

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    #2

    Re: fewer and less

    Fewer + plural noun- There were fewer people at the party than expected.
    Less + uncountable noun- There's less time this week than last week to get it done
    Nowadays, though, many people say 'less people', so the difference is becoming less noticeable. Also, we use less + adjective (less expensive, etc)

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