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"too many people" vs "a lot many people"



 
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"too many people" vs "a lot many people" #1 (permalink) Wed May 19, 2010 21:42 pm   "too many people" vs "a lot many people"
 

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ESL/EFL Test #248 "'Enough', 'a lot' and 'too' (1)", question 4

We love going to the beach when there aren't ......... many people there.

(a) enough
(b) a lot
(c) too

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #248 "'Enough', 'a lot' and 'too' (1)", answer 4

We love going to the beach when there aren't too many people there.

Correct answer: (c) too

Your answer was: incorrect
We love going to the beach when there aren't a lot many people there.
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why we use too not a lot?

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"too many people" vs "a lot many people" #2 (permalink) Thu May 20, 2010 14:35 pm   "too many people" vs "a lot many people"
 

'A lot many' is not an English phrase.
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