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    Question a lot of / lots of

    Hi. What is the difference between "a lot of" and "lots of"?

    Thank you,

    Jose.

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    Re: a lot of / lots of

    basically, "The difference between a lot of and lots of is that the first one is more formal and mainly used in writing. Lots of is commonly used in speaking. However; both words have the same meaning".
    A lot of/Lots of

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