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    Question Correct me this sentence....

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    "with much more such laurels in the days to come"

    is the above sentence is correct? its a congratulation letter.

    thanks

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    I am not a teacher.

    It is a sentence fragment, not a sentence, but as far as it goes you should replace "much" by "many".

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    #3
    It would be better if we had an entire sentence. That said, "much more" is incorrect with a countable noun. It should be "many more".

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