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Some time vs. much time #1 (permalink) Thu Mar 09, 2006 10:51 am   Some time vs. much time
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #80 "Some, any, few, little", question 10

How ......... time do you have left before you have to go to school?

(a) some
(b) much
(c) many
(d) any

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #80 "Some, any, few, little", answer 10

How much time do you have left before you have to go to school?

Correct answer: (b) much
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How some time do you have left before you have to go to schol?
some time vs. much time, help me!

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Some time vs. much time #2 (permalink) Thu Mar 09, 2006 15:06 pm   Some time vs. much time
 

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some time vs. much time, help me!

Some time means: a certain amount of time. We don't know how much exactly, but relatively much.

Much time means: a great amount/quantity of time. We don't know how much exactly.

How much means: what quantity, what amount or what price.

How much time do you have left? means:

What amount of time do you still have?
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