What is the rule for using "much" or "many"? - how "much,many" is that tin of tomatoes? -there arent "much, many" tins of tomatoes. - there isnt "much, many" lemonade in the bottle.

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The distinction between these two quantity adjectives is the distinction between countable quantity vs. bulk quantity.  The rule: If the noun being modified can be counted (“tins of tomatoes”—how many? Twelve? Six?), use “many”.  If the noun being...

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