Is it correct to say much more?

Is it correct to say much more?

Is it correct to say much more?

much more should only be used for things which are not individually countable. One hint might be not to use much more with a plural noun, so don't say "much more cats" (though you can of course say "much more catty"). many more should only be used for things which are individually countable. BE

Where do we use much more?

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.

What is meaning of much more?

MUCH MORE ADJECTIVE. Use much (adv.) to emphasize a comparative adjective, more. ( also: far, rather, a little, a bit, a lot) This apple is much more beautiful than that one.

What does how much more mean in a sentence?

it asks you the amount to be added. BE

Can I say so much more?

' For emphasis we throw in 'so much' to emphasize 'more' and 'better'. English is a language of timing and rhythm. Say 'so more' aloud. BE

What can I use instead of much more?

What is another word for much more?
a lot morevery much more
appreciably moreconsiderably more
immeasurably moremany more
noticeably moresignificantly more
substantially moremore than meets the eye

How do you use many more?

'Much' is used when we are speaking about a singular noun. 'Many' is used when we are speaking about a plural noun. When we speak about 'many' and 'much', it's worth mentioning countable and uncountable nouns. Countable nouns can be used with a number and have singular and plural forms.

When I can use how much?

We use how much…? with uncountable nouns, only in the singular form, to find out the amount, quantity or measure of an object. For example: — “How many hours do you need to park the car?” = We use how many…? because hours are countable.

How do you use far more in a sentence?

"I didn't do the homework, but my friend did. They have far more time on their hands" "I am far more excited for Christmas than I am Halloween! BE

Can you say many more?

The OP's sentence is grammatically correct. You use "much more" in front of an uncountable noun. ... On the other hand, you use "many more" in front of plural nouns such as I have many more friends in this city.

When do you use much and many in a sentence?

  • In affirmative sentences muchand manyare more often used in formalor written English, whereas a lot of / lots of are more common in informalconversation. In newspaper reports and headlines, for example, muchand manyare generally used.

Which is more grammatical much more or much more?

  • Much moreis perfectly grammatical, and in fact much more popular than a lot more, according to both the British National Corpusand the Corpus of Contemporary American English:

When to use a lot of in a sentence?

  • A lot of can be used in all sentences: affirmative, negative and interrogative, with both countable and uncountable nouns. We learned a lot of new English words. We didn't learn a lot of grammar. Did you learn a lot of English expressions? There is hardly any difference between a lot of and lots of. Lots of is slightly more informal.

When to use more before a count noun?

  • Use more before a count noun to express an additional number of items to the previous (earlier) or existing (current) amount. More people are eating healthier food. People want to consume more anti-oxidants.

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