Quantifiers in English – a lot, many, much, (a) few, (a) little

What would our English classes be without learning how to use the Quantifiers correctly? A lot, many, much, (a) few, (a) little, hmmmm…so many choices, how do we know when to use each one? Let’s look at them together:

 

A LOT

A lot can pretty much be used with any noun (and most verbs, too, for that matter), to express a large quantity:

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