Much vs. Most

These words are different, and they are used in different situations. 'Most' is more than 'much'.

What Are Their Main Differences?

'Much' means a large amount, while 'most' means the largest amount in comparison with other things.


Much and Most and Their Definitions

  • 'Much':

means a large amount, as an adverb, pronoun or determiner.

People waste too much food nowadays.

  • 'Most':

means the largest amount; however, as a determiner it can mean the majority.

Most girls are into tall boys.

Singular or Plural Nouns?

  • 'Much':

is used before uncountable nouns.

There was much cream on the cake that I could barely see the cake it self.

  • 'Most':

is used before countable and uncountable nouns.

Most students hate exams.


Grammatical Functions

  • 'Most' and 'much':

can be adverbs pronouns and determiners.

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