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peter123

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We have to look at how much fund our company have so as to hire an engineer.

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We have to look at how many funds our company have so as to hire an engineer.

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pete

Longman defines the difference between the use of "fund" and "funds" as follows:

fund

1 [countable] an amount of money that is collected and kept for a particular purpose:
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The house fell into disrepair until a restoration fund was set up.
pension/hardship/compensation etc fund
funding, trust fund

2 funds [plural] money that an organization needs or has: A sale is being held to raise funds for the school.
government/public funds
claims that ministers had misused public funds

The park remains unfinished due to lack of funds.
The Museum is so short of funds (=has so little money) it may have to sell the painting.


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We have to look at how much fund our company have so as to hire an engineer.

We have to see how much money our company has to enable us to hire an engineer.
 
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