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Hi,
it's "as many countable nouns as" and "as much uncountable noun as"... what if I want to list countable and uncountable nouns together? I think all of the following are ok, but I need a native opinion:

This website doesn't have as much information and examples as the other.
This website doesn't have as many examples and information as the other.
This website doesn't have as much information or examples as the other.
This website doesn't have as many examples or information as the other.
This website doesn't have as many examples and as much information as the other.
This website doesn't have as many examples or as much information as the other.
etc.

I'm not looking for a prescriptive answer (obviously, lol), I just need to know what sounds good to natives' ears.
Thanks Emotion: smile
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The last one is the only that to me is accurate, and even then I would use "nor".

"Much" cannot be used with "examples" and "Many" cannot be used with "information", so you need both phrases.
"what sounds good" (to me):

... doesn't have as much information or as many examples as ...

CJ
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Feebs11The last one is the only that to me is accurate, and even then I would use "nor".

"Much" cannot be used with "examples" and "Many" cannot be used with "information", so you need both phrases.
Thanks. But... do I need to repeat it every time? I thought it was possible to leave out the part "as much" or "as "many", at least in speech. For example:

1 - This website doesn't have as much information, as many examples, as many exercises and as much advice about pronunciation as the other one.
2 - This website doesn't have as much information, examples, exercises and advice about pronunciation as the other one.

Ain't the second good? LOL, possible or not... is it odd?

Thanks again Emotion: smile
You are now introducing a whole lot of other matters to consider. Originally, it was nice and simple - information and examples. Now you are adding in exercises and advice.

Taking these new two examples on their own merits: the first is technically correct; the second could well be found. They are both too wordy.

By the way, my sense of humour is on a low ebb tonight Emotion: super angry
Time to power off and have a nice nap!

CJ
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Feebs11By the way, my sense of humour is on a low ebb tonight Emotion: super angry

Ooops, sorry. Ok, thanks... I'll use "much" or "many" at random in cases like that, no one should notice. Emotion: smile
I hear people talking and they, they say what they think but, you know people don't... people pay little attention... LOL Emotion: wink
That's why I thought in long sentences it was ok to list everything without repeating "much" or "many"...