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Degree modifiers exercise

Hi. Today I'm going to reply an exercise about Degree modifiers. I hope someone could rate my it.

1. There is too MANY noise in the street.

2. How MUCH people do you want to help you?

3. They do QUITE a lot of business in the Middle East.

4. He speaks QUITE a few languages.

5. There are QUITE too many weapons in the world.

6. MANY of philospophy is concerned with questions nobody can answer.

7. MOST of the city was without electricity last night.

8. We have bought MANY butter.

9. I think you have made RATHER a lot of mistakes.

10. This weather KIND OF gets on my nerves.

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    Degree modifiers exercise

    Hi. Today I'm going to write an exercise about degree modifiers. I hope someone could rate my it.

    1. There is too much noise in the street.

    2. How many people do you want to help you?

    3. They do QUITE a lot of business in the Middle East.

    4. He speaks QUITE a few languages.

    5. There are QUITE too many weapons in the world.

    6. Much of philospophy is concerned with questions nobody can answer.

    7. MOST of the city was without electricity last night.

    8. We have bought a lot of butter.

    9. I think you have made RATHER a lot of mistakes.

    10. This weather KIND OF gets on my nerves.

     

    [It seems like your problem is choosing between 'much' and 'many'. Many is used only for countable objects, while much is more of an abstract concept. e.g. I have many siblings [countable]. How much is it? [abstract]]

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    Degree modifiers exercise

    Hi. Today I'm going to reply an exercise about Degree modifiers. I hope someone could rate my it.

    1. There is too MANY noise in the street.

    2. How MUCH people do you want to help you?

    3. They do QUITE a lot of business in the Middle East.

    4. He speaks QUITE a few languages.

    5. There are QUITE too many weapons in the world.

    6. MANY of philospophy is concerned with questions nobody can answer.

    7. MOST of the city was without electricity last night.

    8. We have bought MANY butter.

    9. I think you have made RATHER a lot of mistakes.

    10. This weather KIND OF gets on my nerves.

     

    1. There is too MANY [much] noise in the street.

    2. How MUCH [many] people do you want to help you?

    3. They do QUITE a lot of business in the Middle East. Good

    4. He speaks QUITE a few languages. Good

    5. There are QUITEtoo many weapons in the world. [You could say "There are 'a few too many' weapons" but then, if you wanted to state that there are more than necessary, a modifier isn't required.]

    6. MANY Much of philospophy is concerned with questions nobody can answer.

    7. MOST of the city was without electricity last night. Good

    8. We have bought MANYtoo much butter.

    9. I think you have made RATHER a lot of mistakes. This is fine but sounds very formal. 'Quite a lot of mistakes' is more common.

    10. This weather KIND OF gets on my nerves. Good

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