Mucho: uncountable nouns rule?

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Mucho: uncountable nouns rule?

You have this rule:

Mucho + [masculine singular noun] = a lot of / much [masculine singular noun]

Is this rule only valid for uncountable nouns?

All of the examples are uncountable nouns.

Asked 1 year ago
InmaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola David

Yes, "mucho" is only for uncountable nouns.

For countable nouns you then need the other forms in plural: muchos, muchas

Hay muchas personas en el restaurante.

There are lots of people (persons) in the restaurant.

Tenemos muchos vecinos ruidosos.

We have lots of noisy neighbours.

Here's a lesson for quantitive adjectives including mucho, mucha, muchos, muchas

Saludos

Inma

Mucho: uncountable nouns rule?

You have this rule:

Mucho + [masculine singular noun] = a lot of / much [masculine singular noun]

Is this rule only valid for uncountable nouns?

All of the examples are uncountable nouns.

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