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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: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.

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