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Too many vs. Too much

 

 

You use "too many" for things you can count if you had to.  But you don’t want to (because there are many).

 

 

For example:

 

There are too many people at the train station.

 

There are too many chickens in the cage.

 

There are too many children in the swimming pool.

 

There are too many fish in fish tank.

 

There are too many balloons in your room.

 

 

You use "too much" for things you cannot count. 

 

 

For example:

 

You ate too much for lunch.

 

You drank too much last night.

 

There is too much rice on your plate.

 

Sometimes I feel like I love you too much.

 

There is too much air in that balloon.

 

 

 

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Thanks a lot, teacher Peter:)
Thank you very much.
Thank you too many !!!!!!! ^__^!(Just Silly billy)
Thank you of your kind
May I ask you some questions,please?

1. Can I use "fishes" as a plural form?

2. What is the difference between "shut" and "close"? and how to use them.

3. If wind blows trees and trees are moving. Can I say "Trees are wriggling"?

4. What is the difference between "dinner" and "supper"?

5 I get puzzled when I use the words " take" and "bring". How can I use it? I should say "sweetie, bring me a book that you want me to read. or take me a book.

6 what are the differences among "closet" "wardrobe" cabinet" "drawer" and "dresser"?

7 What is the difference between "doubt" and "wonder"?

8 Should I use" press" or" push" button?

9 Can I say "It is raining slightly."

Thank you so much
Wow! Great questions! Thank you for asking them in English so I can answer faster.

1. No, you cannot say "fishes". The plural form of fish is "fish". This is because "fishes" sounds strange and often in English people will avoid saying something that sounds strange.

2. Shut and close mean the same thing. Close is a little bit softer and more polite than shut.

Examples:

Please close the door.

Please shut the door.

Please close the window.

Please shut the window.

Please close your bag.

Please shut your bag.

3. You could say "the trees are wriggling". That is a new expression that you invented. Good job! English can be fun because people invent new things to say all the time. Usually, people say "the trees are swaying", but "the trees are wriggling" is very cute.

4. I never use supper. I always use dinner. I think British people use supper. It may also be that supper is a late dinner, but I am not 100% sure. I always use dinner, so I don't worry about it.

5. bring vs take

Bring means to pick something up and carry it to someone else.

Examples:

Please bring me a towel.

Please bring your plate over here.

Did you remember to bring your lunchbox?

Sweetie, bring me a book that you want me to read.


Take means to grab something with your hands.

Examples:

Here are the cookies. You may take one.

Take a piece of pizza before it's all gone.

That is my juice. You may not take it.

Take a book from the bookshelf and bring it over here.


6. A closet is a small room where you can put clothes or other things.

A wardrobe is only for clothes.

A cabinet is a small space with a door and shelves where you can put anything you like.

A dresser is a large piece of furniture for storing clothes. It has several drawers in it which slide out.

A drawer is something that slides out and you can put things inside.


7. Doubt means to understand but maybe not agree.

Examples:

You think that Japan will win the World Cup, but I doubt it.

I have many doubts about going to the zoo tomorrow.

Why do you doubt that 2+2=4?


Wonder means to think about something.

Examples:

I wonder what time it is.

I wonder where the cat went.

I am wondering why you ate my cookies.


8. Press is a softer action than push. You press something with your fingers. Push is very strong. You push something with your fingers, hands, or arms.

Press the button.

Push the button.

Both are fine, but press is softer.


More examples:

Press the stamp on the letter.

Press the button to take a picture.

Don't push your brother.

Why did you push me?

Please push the car so I can move out of this parking space.


9. Yes, you can say "it is raining slightly." It is more common to say "It is raining lightly". Or "It is slightly raining" or "It is lightly raining."
Thank you so much for your kindness and your time to answer my questions. They are very clear answers. It is very helpful.

I have another question left.
What is the difference between "all done" and "finished"?
Happy to help : )

All done and finished mean the same thing.
billion thanks!!!
thank you so much
Thank you so much........
Thank you so much

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