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    #1

    Two little doubts... :)

    Hello, friends.

    Please, could anyone help me with this?

    1) Is it correct to use LOTS OF (or a lot of) instead of MANY in any situation?

    2) Which is the correct sentence: "I will help you find it." or "I will help you to find it." ?

    Thank you very much for your attention.

    Hugs, :)

    PC
    Last edited by pcgasparetto; 30-Jul-2007 at 14:58.

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    #2

    Two minor questions

    Quote Originally Posted by pcgasparetto View Post

    1) Is it correct to use LOTS OF (or a lot of) instead of MANY in any situation?
    I think so, although "lots of" is a bit less formal (or a bit more informal).

    Quote Originally Posted by pcgasparetto View Post
    2) Which is the correct sentence: "I will help you find it." or "I will help you to find it." ?
    Well, you won't be mistaken for a native speaker if you use the second sentence, but you will be understood.

    ~R

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