English Grammar


much vs any

I totally disagree with your correction in the first time exercise. If ANY was the correct proposition in the sentence "Philip says that Polly doesn't have much any friends", then FRIEND should be singular. Because friend was plurial, then MUCH was the correct answer.

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  • Hello Gilles,
    As mentionned in the correction of this exercise (ENGLISH grammar rule, not French one) :
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    - 'any' cannot be used with a singular, countable noun : 'I don't have any friend' is grammatically
    incorrect.
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    Nice day to you!

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