A lot of/lots of/much/many

A lot of/lots of = ‘a large quantity of’ (informal)
Countable plural nouns: e.g. He eats a lot of sweets. He doesn’t eat lots of apples.
Uncountable nouns e.g. Was there a lot of traffic today?
Used for: √, X, ? sentences

Much (formal)
Uncountable nouns e.g. I don’t speak much English. Do you drink much water?
Used for: X, ? sentences

Many (formal)
Countable plural nouns: e.g. We have been on many trips. I haven’t seen many horses on this farm. Are there many hotels in this area?
Used for: √, X, ? sentences
You have read this article with the title A lot of/lots of/much/many. You can bookmark this page URL http://apostolosmakrides.blogspot.com/2010/07/a-lot-oflots-ofmuchmany.html. Thanks!

1 comment for "A lot of/lots of/much/many"

  1. These are either way helping students to bring about the vital changes in their writing measures and will also ease them as well. biography writing service