What Are Their Main Differences?
'Some' refers to a small amount or number, while 'many' refers to a large number.
Singular or Plural Nouns
is followed by plural countable nouns.
is followed by singular uncountable nouns and plural countable nouns.
Singular or Plural Verbs?
is followed by plural verbs.
is followed by singular or plural verbs.
What Some and Many Mean
means a small amount or number, but 'not many'.
means a large number that is more than 'some'.
- 'Many' can be:
- an adjective
- 'Some' can be:
- an adverb
"Take them to the room!" "They are
"Are you feeling better today?" "
- 'Some' and 'many' are used as:
You can lose weight by
"How many friends do you have?" "
I have borrowed
Many of and Some of
- 'Many of' and 'some of':
are used as a pronoun, before noun phrases and pronouns.