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Using "a lot of", "much", "many", "a few" and "a little"

When is use "a lot of", "much" and "many" to indicate quantity? I don´t understand the difference between them. (It´s correct that phrase?

Also, what is use" a few" and "a little"? I don´t understand the difference neither.

Thank you very much.



Javier

For learning: English
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    It's not unlike Spanish.

    much = mucho/mucha
    a little = poco/poca

    many = muchos/muchas
    a few = pocos/pocas

    'a lot of' is just an informal alternative to both 'much' and 'many'.

    It's that simple.

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