This is what I bought a family mart.
I have some crisps.
I don't have many bananas.
I also don't have many batteries.
I do have some muffins.
I also have some water.
I have some milk.
I don't have many eggs.
I have some rice balls.
I don't have many chocolate bars.
I also have some ramen.
I have a lot of rice.
And I have a lot of yogurt.
many / a lot of - Use many and a lot of with countable nouns to show high quantity in affirmative sentences and low quantity in negative sentences.
- I have many books.
- I have a lot of books.
- I don't have many magazines.
- I don't have a lot of magazines.
Some - Use some for both countable and uncountable nouns to show indefinite quantity. Some is only used in positive sentences.
- I have some books.
- I have have some green socks.
- I have some time.
- I have some money.
A lot of - Use a lot of for uncountable nouns in affirmative sentences to show high quantity.
- I eat a lot of cheese.
- She has a lot of money.
Much / A lot of - Use much and a lot of for uncountable nouns in negative sentences to show low quantity.
- I don't eat a lot of meat.
- She does not have much time.
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