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Could you help me, please. Is there any difference in usage of these words: recently/lately? I was told that they are not interchangeable. But I have not found any proof of it so far. Thanks.
Can exist such expressions in sentences: a good soup, a fine jam, a nice soap? All these are uncountable, mass words.When I came across these examples in my books I was at a loss. Some people say it's impossible and odd, they would never use them. But my books are written by good authors. What shoul...
- Fri Sep 30, 2011 3:29 pm
- Forum: Help Each Other with English
- Topic: A lot of or lots of?
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I am not a teacher here, but I was taught that there is no difference. We can use either. Much for uncountable, many for countable, mainly in questions and negations; a lot of, lots of for both in affirmative. But I have come across a lot of examples where 'much and many' are used in affirmative sen...
Could you help me, please. I am at a loss. What question tag should I use in the sentence; You can scarcely see her these days,/ can you/ can't you? Should it be 'can' as the sentence is negative in meaning? Thanks beforehand.