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1)When i check the dictionary, i just know that "as well as" is equal to "and" and "except", i am confused that when it is mean "and " and when it is mean" except"?

2)Can i use the expression below?

a) There are much/many/more/very many apple.

b)There is much/many/more/very much paper on the table.

c)There is much/many/very more apple on the table.
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a) There are many/very many apples.

b)There is much/very much paper on the table. (more paper in this context means that there is also paper on the table)

c)There are many/very many apples on the table.

many is used for countable nouns, much for uncountable.

You can change paper to a countable noun by saying "sheets of paper"
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Hi,

1)When i check the dictionary, i just know that "as well as" is equal to "and" and "except", i am confused that when it is mean "and " and when it is mean" except"?

Basically, 'as well as' is almost the opposite of 'except'. I think you should look at your dictionary again, perhaps you misunderstood.

Best wishes, Clive
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i see..thank you

but the second question that i asked is want to know whether (many,much,more,very)these words can motify the word many?much?more?very?respectively.

For example,

(a) much more<<correct or not?

(b)very more<<correct or not?

Hope you can understand what i mean^^
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