[Answer] as much (many)

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as much (many)
a) AS MUCH/MANY as : not so simple already … You must know how to recognize countables ( that you can count) and uncountables (given in ‘ quantity ‘ and not in ‘ numbers ‘) always remembering all the exceptions: ex : milk chocolate happiness honey patience friendship … b) As many + countables = as many books as.
Exercises on much and many. The words much and many mean a lot of. If a noun is in singular we use much Example: much money; If a noun is in plural we use many Example: many friends; Use of much / many. In everyday English we normally use much / many only in questions and negative clauses. Example: How much money have you got? Carla does not have many friends.
Use much if the noun is non-countable (e.g. water sand). Use many if the noun is countable (e.g. oranges children). For example: I don’t have much money. They own many houses.
Much and many suggest a large quantity: ‘a lot of’. Important: • MUCH precedes uncountable nouns:
If you spend too much time thinking about a thing you’ll never get it done. (Martial artist Bruce Lee) It is possible to see “much” and “many” used in positiv…

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