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I have a few hobbies.

I have few hobbies.

AND

I have a little leisure time.

I have little lelisure time.

Emotion: sweatingTHank you.
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Hi,
Here's the general idea.

I have a few hobbies. Some. Not a lot.

I have few hobbies. Not a lot. It's a problem. I wish I had more.

AND

Same comments as above.

I have a little leisure time.

I have little lelisure time.

Clive
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a few = a small number of
few = not very many
a little = a small amount of
little = not very much

See Difference between few and a few and follow the links shown there.

CJ
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very few experts, i know, would agree with that opinion.

Very few experts i know would agree with that opinion.

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I interpret #1 this way. I know that very few experts would agree with that opinion.

and #2 this way. Very few experts that I know would agree with that opinion.

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If I get a bonus this year, I can pay off my overdraft.

If I got a bonus this year, I could pay off my overdraft.

She needn’t have done it.

She didn’t need to do it.

I must do something about that dripping tap.

I have to pay off my overdraft within six months.