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Homework Help: English

Posted by rfvv on Tuesday, April 13, 2010 at 3:37am.

1. There is only a little water in the glass on the table.

2. There is only little water in the glass on the table.

(What is the difference between them? Are both the same? Because of 'a', do they have different meanings?)

3. There are only a few paper clips in the case.

4. There are only few paper clips in the case.

5. There are a few paper clips in the case.
(Among #3, 4,and 5, which one has more paper clips? Would you let me know the difference?)

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