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    #1

    The chance for getting a job in my city is so less.

    Hi there,
    Please help me to use the word "chance" accurately in this particular expression!

    #1 "The chance for getting a job in my city is so less." is it correct?
    #2 "The chance for getting a job in my city is so much." is it correct?


    #3 "The chances for getting a job in my city are not so many." is this correct?
    #4 "The chances for getting a job in my city are very fewer." is this correct?

    In this case, should I use the plural form or the singular form of "chance" ?


    Thanks!

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    Re: The chance for getting a job in my city is so less.

    I'd say

    'The chances of getting a job in my city are very small.'

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