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    More and Much

    Hi!
    I am confused about usage of More and Much. Sometimes, I get confused about what to use "Much' or 'More"
    Please help me out.

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    #2

    Re: More and Much

    Quote Originally Posted by Arsham View Post
    Hi!
    I am confused about usage of More and Much. Sometimes, I get confused about what to use "Much' or 'More"
    Please help me out.
    Please write some example sentences. There is no need to capitalise the two words unless they start a sentence.

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    #3

    Re: More and Much

    Matthew, You have been asked before not to provide examples when the OP has been asked to to do so:



    Wait for OP's response to post : Rover

    Matthew Wai, please allow the original poster to provide an answer before giving one yourself: Chicken Sandwich.


    We don't hand out answers on a silver platter. We need people to TRY to do the work themselves, and explain why they can't decide between options. Absolutely no learning takes place when you give an answer: Barb
    Last edited by 5jj; 28-Dec-2013 at 11:58. Reason: typo

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    #4

    Re: More and Much

    OK, I will try to remember, thanks for reminding me.
    But I didn't know Chicken Sandwich was speaking on behalf of moderators.

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    Re: More and Much

    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Wai View Post
    OK, I will try to remember
    Do more than try: succeed.
    But I didn't know Chicken Sandwich was speaking on behalf of moderators.
    CS was not speaking on behalf of moderators, but was making a legitimate point.

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    But I didn't know Chicken Sandwich was speaking on behalf of moderators.
    I and at least two other moderators approved CS's post by 'liking' it.
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 28-Dec-2013 at 11:53.

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    Re: More and Much

    Quote Originally Posted by 5jj View Post
    Do more than try: succeed.
    OK, I will keep it in mind instead of try to remember. Your severity has scared me.

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    #8

    Re: More and Much

    OK. Now let's get back to the thread:

    Post #1 - Arsham: I am confused about usage of More and Much. Sometimes, I get confused about what to use "Much' or 'More"
    Please help me out.


    Post #2 -bhaisahab: Please write some example sentences. There is no need to capitalise the two words unless they start a sentence.

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    #9

    Re: More and Much

    I regret questioning every time. Your behavior has scared me. I try not to question here at all. Thanks you!

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    Re: More and Much

    Quote Originally Posted by Arsham View Post
    I regret questioning every time. Your behavior has scared me. I try not to question here at all. Thanks you!
    Do not regret asking questions. However, it is important to read all the responses to a post and then respond to them. Remember that we are not here to replace study, grammar books and your own research. If you are confused about something, tell us how and why you are confused. Tell us what definitions you have found for words you are querying. Give us example sentences so that we can check if you are using words correctly. The idea of the forum is that you do the hard work and we check how well you're doing. If/when we see that you are having problems in a certain area, then we help by trying to explain where you are going wrong and try to help you to do better in the future.

    You will not learn if we simply give you answers. Please continue to ask questions but remember that we expect you to do a lot of work on a topic before coming here to ask us.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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