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Can we say : Scientist have a little hope of finding a cure for cancer or little hope.Can we say both? A little means positive and little negative

  • English - Native speakers - ,

    Correct phrasing:

    Scientists have little hope of finding a cure for cancer.

    Notice the plural form: Scientists

    To say someone has "a little hope" means they really do have hope that something will happen.

    To say someone has "little hope" means that they have almost no hope that something will happen.

  • English - Native speakers - ,

    can we use here a lot of hope?

  • English - Native speakers - ,

    Yes, that would work.

  • English - Native speakers - ,

    Is it better to use a little or little in the following example?

    If you have__________ time could you come and help me do my homework

  • English - Native speakers - ,

    We use the article in this sentence -- a little.

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