Here are two more words that people often confuse. Much and many. They are used for different things and so, with a little practice, they aren't that bad.
Much is used with uncountable nouns and many is used with countable nouns. It's that simple!
Take a look at the list of uncountable nouns and then a countable one relating to them:
Now let's try using "much" and "many" with these words. We must remember to add an "s" to the end of the countable words when we use the word "many" with them.
"I didn't eat much bread because it was old and dry."
"I ate many rolls with the soup because they tasted so good!"
"She hasn't been eating much food lately because her stomach has been upset."
"The kindergarten class ate many apples in one week."
"There wasn't much news about the plane crash because it had just happened."
"There were many newspapers for sale at the magazine stand."
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