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  1. Newbie
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    Lots or Loads ?

    Hi everyone !

    I'm just curious, are there any rules for the use of lots and loads ? Does it matter when you use the one or the other ?

    Thank you ! =)

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    #2

    Re: Lots or Loads ?

    As in, there's lots/loads of food on the table? If so, then, no, there isn't a difference.


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    Wink Re: Lots or Loads ?

    Except that 'loads of food' is a colloquialism! [c.f. on-going concerns about me and my]

    SB

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