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lexic:blog:2013-04-11-140118 [2018/04/22 23:26] (current)
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 Mary talks much.\\ Mary talks much.\\
 How much have you got? - A lot of.\\ How much have you got? - A lot of.\\
-How many money have you? - Many money.\\+How many money have you? - Much.\\
 There are lots of bread here.\\ There are lots of bread here.\\
 There is not a lot milk left, is there? There is not a lot milk left, is there?
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 3. Почему //a lot (of)/lots of// не дифференцированы семантически по признаку **единственное/​множественное**,​ т.е. I have got //a lot// of books == I have got //lots// of books, т.е. a lot = lots несмотря на грамматические показатели единственного числа (**a** lot) и множественного числа (lot**s**) ?  3. Почему //a lot (of)/lots of// не дифференцированы семантически по признаку **единственное/​множественное**,​ т.е. I have got //a lot// of books == I have got //lots// of books, т.е. a lot = lots несмотря на грамматические показатели единственного числа (**a** lot) и множественного числа (lot**s**) ? 
  
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 +В помощь статья:​ [[http://​e-repa.ru/​faq/​faq-ling-18.htm | Чем lots (of)/a lot (of) отличается от many/​much?​]]
  
  
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