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Hello every body.

Would you please help me with this question?

We loved sea food ,so we bought (much/ a little) fresh fish.

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red park 287Would you please help me with this question?

What question? You haven't actually asked a question. Emotion: smile

red park 287food ,so

No.

red park 287food, so

Yes.

red park 287We loved sea food, so we bought (a lot of / a little / some) fresh fish.

You can use any of those expressions before "fresh fish".

CJ

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We loved sea food ,so we bought (much/ a little) fresh fish.

Which is correct?

Much or a little?

red park 287Which is correct? Much or a little?

"much" is wrong. "a little" is correct.

red park 287We loved sea food ,so we bought (much/ a little) fresh fish.

Why repeat the sentence with the same punctuation mistake? Emotion: sad

CJ

We loved sea food ,so we bought (much/ a little) fresh fish.

What is the problem with much?

Isnt it used in positive sentence?

Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?

In the direct object position (after bought in your sentence), we prefer "a lot of" to "much". In fact, "much" goes better in a negative or interrogative sentence.

We bought a lot of fish.
We didn't buy much fish.

They sold a lot of sugar.
They didn't sell much sugar.

In a question:

You drank a lot of wine.
Did you drink much wine?

CJ