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'a few apples' vs 'a lots of apples'



 
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'a few apples' vs 'a lots of apples' #1 (permalink) Sun May 23, 2010 1:49 am   'a few apples' vs 'a lots of apples'
 

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ESL/EFL Test #839 "Rewriting Sentences (1)", question 3

There aren't many apples left in the basket.
There are only a ......... apples left in the basket.

(a) many
(b) much
(c) few
(d) lots of

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #839 "Rewriting Sentences (1)", answer 3

There aren't many apples left in the basket.
There are only a few apples left in the basket.

Correct answer: (c) few

Your answer was: incorrect
There aren't many apples left in the basket.
There are only a lots of apples left in the basket.
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'a few apples' vs 'a lots of apples' #2 (permalink) Sun May 23, 2010 4:20 am   'a few apples' vs 'a lots of apples'
 

Which words do you not understand-- or is this more a cry of weltschmerz?
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