[Answer] less, fewer

Answer: moins de
less fewer
There’s a commonly repeated rule about fewer and less. It goes like this: fewer is used to refer to number among things that are counted as in “fewer choices” and “fewer problems”; less is used to refer to quantity or amount among things that are measured as in “less time” and “less effort.”
The Difference between “Less” and “Fewer” Fewer means “not as many.” We use fewer with countable nouns like cookies.
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We use the quantifiers less and fewer to talk about quantities amounts and degree. Less and fewer are comparative words. Less is the comparative form of little .
Less is the comparative form of little. It is used especially before uncountable nouns. Fewer is the comparative of few. It is used before plural nouns. For example: Jeff drinks less alcohol than John. I have fewer pairs of shoes than I used to have.
We use the words less and fewer to indicate a decreased amount of something in comparison to another but we don’t use these terms interchangeably. According to Garner’s Modern English Usage …

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