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1. I don`t have much of a appetite.

I heard #1 is grammatically incorrect but is used by native speakers.
Q) Is it correct?
Q) How is it incorrect?
Q) How do you say it otherwise?
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moon72961. I don't have much of an appetite.
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oh.. is it the only thing that grammatically incorrect?
Also is there no other way to say it like "I don't have an appetite a lot"?
moon7296....Oh, is that the only thing that is grammatically incorrect? yes
Also, is there no other way to say it, such as "I don't have an appetite a lot."?
"I don't have an appetite a lot"? Emotion: no
I don't have a good appetite.Emotion: yes
I have a poor appetite.Emotion: yes