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English Grammar

Word of Quantity



Much / Many as an adjective

  1. They are in front of noun in the sentence.

  2. Much can be used to explain singular or uncountable noun.
    • Jim has done so much work.

  3. Many can be used to explain plural.
    • I write many letters today.

Much / Very as an adverb

  1. Much can be used to explain verb
    • I don't like Jim much.

  2. Very can be used to explain adjective or adverb.
    • He is very smart.
    • He run very fast.

  3. Much can be used to explain comparative degree adjective / adverb
    • The weather is much hotter today.

  4. Very can be used to explain Much.
    • I love you very much.

 

 

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