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What's the difference between "few" , "a bit" and "thin" ? Thank you !
Oct 7, 2018 10:38 AM
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Few means there is a small number of a countable thing. For example, a few oranges. A bit means a small amount of something, which is usually used with non-countable things. For example, I speak a bit of German. Thin is the opposite of thick, or sometimes fat if you're talking about a person. For example, this soup is a bit thin.
October 7, 2018
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