MANY/MUCH MANY and MUCH are adjectives used to express quantity. MANY is used when the the quantity can be counted. MUCH is used when the quantity cannot be counted. Examples: I have MANY brothers and sisters. (You could count the brothers and sisters one by one) There has not been MUCH rain this summer. (You could not actually count the rain.) More examples: I haven't got MUCH money. ("Money" is a collective noun and can't be counted. So "much" is used to express quantity.) BUT He asked me for some change but I did not have MANY coins in my pocket. (Here the coins in the pocket can be counted one by one. So "many" is used.) EXERCISE Now complete the following sentences using either "much" or "many".