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1) Many a times, I've heard my friends saying that.....
2) Many times, I've heard my friends saying that.....
Are both the sentences correct? Or which one correct?
there rae so many rules concerning this article but one thing which you should always keep in mind is that you can't use 'a' with the plural nouns
Anonymous:isn't it "a friend of mine"...and not "a friend of me"
Anonymous:Anonymous: yup you're correct
1) Many a time, I've heard my friends saying that
2) Many times, I've heard my friends saying that
'Many a time' is rather old-fashioned nowadays.
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