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10 July 2011 —  Many/Much

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At weddings in my country, we  eat much  food and dance many hours.
At weddings in my country, we eat much food and dance many hours.

 

 

 

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At weddings in my country, we eat much food and dance many hours..  

 

 

 

 

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At weddings in my country, we eat ___food and dance ___ hours. 

 

 

 

 

 

A count noun is a unit, an item that can take the singular or plural (e.g., dishes, drinks, dances, glasses, songs, hugs, kisses)

A noncount noun is a group, mass or collective noun. It is not countable because it is too small to count, or it is a particle, liquid, gas, concept or activity. A collective noun has no plural form (e.g., rice, oxygen, food, wine, music, joy).

 

 

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