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    Much or many cornflakes?


    Can anyone tell me if I should say "much cornflakes" or "many cornflakes"? Does the same apply to snowflakes or any other kind of flakes?

    Thank you,

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    Re: Much or many cornflakes?

    many cornflakes


    quite a few cornflakes


    a lot of cornflakes
    The word cornflakes is a count noun.


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