much - типичные ошибки в английском со словом much
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1. I should like to become an engineer because I know much about it.

2. As a doctor he earns much money.

3. British culture is much different from ours.

4. There are as much disadvantages as advantages.

5. Nowadays, there are much more criminals than pol icemen.

6. He was driving too much fast when the accident happened.

7. I make much too many mistakes.

1. I should like to become an engineer because I know a lot about it.

2. As a doctor he earns a lot of money.

3. British culture Is very different from ours.

4. There are as many disadvantages as advantages.

5. Nowadays, there are many/far more criminals than policemen.

6. He was driving much too fast when the accident happened.

7. I make far too many mistakes.

1. As a noun or pronoun much is usual ly used only in negative sentences and questions: 'He doesn't know much about it.' 'Does he know much about it?' In affirmative sentences, phrases such as a lot and a great deal are used.

2. Much is used before a noun (or as a pronoun) mainly in questions and negative sentences: 'Does he earn much money?' 'He doesn't earn much money.' In affirmative sentences, phrases such as a lot of and plenty of are used. Note, however, that much is used in affirmative sentences after too, so, and as: 'He spends too much money on beer. ' and sometimes in formal contexts: 'The country's economy has enjoyed much support from foreign investment. '

3. Much is used before an adjective (1) in questions and negative sentences: 'Is British culture much different from ours?' 'No, it isn't much different.' (2) before comparative forms: 'His last novel was much longer and much more interesting.' (3) before certBin past participles acting as adjectives: 'Her drawings are much admired.'

4. as much + uncountable noun: 'You can eat as much food as you like. '
as many + plural form of a countable noun: 'You haven't seen as many films as Helen has.'

5. much more + uncountable noun: ' much more traffic'
many/far more + plural countable noun: 'far more cars'

6. much/far + too + adjective/adverb

7. With too many, too few, and fewer, use fer, NOT much.