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Ok one more thing about quantifiers :D

Can you help me and tell me which of the following sentences are correct in both ways:

1.I have no/I don't have any time - is both possible?
2.He works a lot/much
3.There are too much or to many people?

I think 1 and 2 can go both way and the third one only many people since many goes with plural countable nouns

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    1 - Yes, both are possible. [Yes, you're correct.]

    2 - Yes, both are possible, but the second choice is rarely, if ever, used.

    3 - There are too many people. [Yes, you're correct.]

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