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    MeyaN is offline Member
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    How much full is the class...

    "How full is the class?"
    "How much full is the class?"
    "How much if the class is occupied?"

    Please tell me if all the above sentences are correct.
    P.S. Please correct any errors above.

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    JMurray is offline Key Member
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    Re: How much full is the class...

    Not a teacher.

    "How full is the class?"
    "How much full is the class?"
    "How much of the class is occupied?"


    1) The first example is correct.
    2) The second one is incorrect.
    3) The third is not natural and rather than the meaning you intend, it suggests the question, "How many in the class are busy?".

    Note the correction to the third example; 'of' not 'if'.

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    MeyaN is offline Member
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    Re: How much full is the class...

    Please tell me why the second sentence is incorrect.
    P.S. Please correct any errors above.

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