What Are Their Main Differences?
Using Countable or Uncountable Nouns
is followed by both countable and uncountable nouns.
is followed by plural countable nouns.
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What They Mean
refers to a large 'number'.
refers to a larger quantity. In other words, 'more' is the comparative form of 'many'.
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'More of' and 'Many of'
- 'Many of' and 'more of':
We have lost so many people in the airplane crash,
Maybe next year
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