Pop Question

10 Jul 2011 — Many / Much

 

How would you improve this sentence? 

At weddings in my country, we  eat much  food and dance many hours.

At weddings in my country, we eat much food and dance many hours.

 

Select one or more options and read the feedback.

 

1.

At weddings in my country, we eat much food and dance many hours.  

 

2.

At weddings in my country, we eat a lot of food and dance several hours

 
 

A count noun is a unit, an item that can take the singular or plural (e.g., dishes, drinks, dances, glasses, songs, hugs, kisses)

A noncount noun is a group, mass or collective noun. It is not countable because it is too small to count, or it is a particle, liquid, gas, concept or activity. A collective noun has no plural form (e.g., rice, oxygen, food, wine, music, joy).