Tue, 28 October 2014
Is it correct to ask how much, or how many in English?
Today, in #4 of the Top 15 Fixes series, we discuss using the words 'much' and 'many' when discussing quantities!
It’s important to think of the meaning of the words much and many, and how each is used differently in counting.
If you're counting something as a mass that can be spilled on the table so that it goes everywhere, you would use the word 'much'. Examples include:
If you are counting individual pieces, use the word 'many'. Examples include:
Other Entries in the 15 Fixes Series:
Do you have any examples for using much and many in your baking or cooking?
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Direct download: AEE_209_Baking_Many_Cookies_with_Lindsay_and_Gabby.mp3
Category:All Ears English -- posted at: 1:00am EST