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Thread: much of a(n)

    • Join Date: Feb 2007
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    much of a(n)


    Could anyone tell me the difference between the following two sentences.

    a)How much effect it would have .......

    b)How much of an effect it would have......

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    Re: much of a(n)

    Both exactly the same meaning and either can be used.

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    • Join Date: Jun 2006
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    Re: much of a(n)

    I was going to say that I see neither much difference nor much of a difference -- if any at all.

    • Join Date: May 2006
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    Re: much of a(n)

    It seems to me, there’s a subtle register difference - the latter is slightly plummy.


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