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We use « how many » for countable nouns: How many eggs do we need? How many cars are there? How many children are coming? We use « how much » for uncountable nouns: How much money have you got? How much flour have we got? How much ink is left?

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QUANTIFIERS. Read. Quantifiers are words that are used to state quantity or amount of something without stating the exact number. E.g. There were a lot.

QUANTIFIERS. Read. Quantifiers are words that are used to state quantity or amount of something without stating the exact number. E.g. There were a lot.

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