What Are Their Main Differences?
What Types of Nouns Are Used after Much and Most?
is followed by singular uncountable nouns.
They didn't have
I don't have
Our aunt doesn't have
is followed by uncountable and countable nouns.
I have invested
What If a Noun Phrase or Pronoun Is Used after Them?
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