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Actually a Red Panda

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2020.09.11 00:12

Americans often don't use the words much or many in casual speech

. Instead, Americans like to say: a bunch of or a lot of.
I ate much cake. ❌
I ate a lot of cake. ✔
I ate a bunch of cake. ✔
I watched many movies this weekend. ❌
I watched a lot of movies this weekend. ✔
I watched a bunch of movies this weekend. ✔
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  • Lam·Yeong 2020.09.11 00:13

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    get it
  • Romy 2020.09.11 00:13

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    Thank you!
  • 황희우Beatriceこうきゆう 2020.09.11 00:13

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    got it
  • さくら 2020.09.11 00:14

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    I didn’t know that! Thanks for sharing this 😃
  • Jesús Sánchez 2020.09.11 00:15

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    Thanks
  • Susan 2020.09.11 00:18

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    got it
  • 安雅   2020.09.11 00:18

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    a lot of = a bunch of ?
  • Jenny_P 2020.09.11 00:19

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    新技能get✓
  • Actually a Red Panda 2020.09.11 00:19

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    @安雅   there's some nuance to it as well, but generally, they are interchangeable
  • 安雅   2020.09.11 00:21

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    @Actually a Red Panda Thank you😄
  • Kitten 2020.09.11 00:25

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    Great post
  • William 2020.09.11 00:28

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    Thanks
  • Emma 2020.09.11 00:36

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    Here they don't teach the expression "a bunch of". I learned it from series😃
  • Actually a Red Panda 2020.09.11 00:40

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    @Emma they probably want to teach you "proper" English.
  • Emma 2020.09.11 00:43

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    @Actually a Red Panda haha yes! I prefer "everyday" English
  • W.Y 2020.09.11 00:52

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    I didn't know that! Thank you!
  • nicochina 2020.09.17 13:42

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    学到了
  • 宝儿呗. 2020.09.18 19:33

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    a sea of =a lot of =a bunch of=a army of ?

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