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Circle the word that best completes the sentence based on whether the noun is a count or a non-count noun.
1.The printer was jammed because there was too [ much / many ] paper in the tray.
2.With even [ fewer / a little ] thought, we could have avoided this situation.
3.There will be [ not many / less ] danger if we go this way.
4.There are [ fewer / less ] cars on this street.
5.There are a [ large amount / greater number ] of children playing outside.
6.You might notice there are not too [ much / many ] parents supervising their children.
7.I do not drink [ much / a few / some )] coffee.
8.Calgary had [ some / a few ] snow last month, but not [ many / much ].
9.I saw [ some / much / a little ] work colleagues at the park.
10.How [ much / many ] text messages do you send in a day?
11.How [ much / many ] money do you think it costs to fly to Orlando?
12.There are [ some / much ] people who have never voted.
13.I will take [ a few / many / a little ] time with this question.
14.I know that we have [ many / some / a few ] reason to celebrate.