Exercises – much, many, a lot

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Exercises

Choose much or many.

  1. How fish are there in the sea?fish: irregular countable noun → many
  2. Hurry up! We don’t have time.time: uncountable noun → much
  3. Jessica doesn’t have friends at the new school.friends: countable noun → many
  4. How money do you have?money: uncountable noun → much
  5. I don’t have information yet.information: uncountable noun → much

Choose much, many or a lot of. These sentences are informal.

  1. She spends time watching TV.positive sentence → a lot of + countable or uncountable noun|in a more formal sentence much would also be possible
  2. He earns as money as me.positive sentence → as + much + uncountable noun
  3. The Queen must have free time.positive sentence → a lot of + countable or uncountable noun|in a more formal sentence much would also be possible
  4. He has books at home.positive sentence → a lot of + countable or uncountable noun|in a more formal sentence many would also be possible
  5. We ate too pastries at the party and now we feel sick.positive sentence → too + many + countable noun

Complete the sentences with much, many or a lot of. These sentences are informal.

  1. We don’t watch television.television: uncountable noun, negative sentence → much
  2. How languages can you speak?languages: countable noun, question → many
  3. Take as time as you need.time: uncountable noun, positive sentence → as much
  4. I have flowers in my garden.flowers: countable nouns, positive sentences → a lot of|in a more formal sentence many would also be possible
  5. Matt knows stuff about sports.stuff: uncaountable noun, positive sentence → a lot of|in a more formal sentence much would also be possible