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I have a question. Could you tell me the difference between "much" and "a lot of" in this sentence?

relmcc
2013年8月25日 10:14
In my opinion, I think 'much' is almost a negative meaning. It's not a lot, and you would be happier if there was more of it. For example, "He didn't make much money this year" "Because I was sick, I couldn't eat much food..." Usually, it just follows a negative verb.


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Deserve
【動詞】 【他動詞】
《★進行形なし》
a〈…の〉価値がある,〈…を〉受けるに足る.
用例
The question deserves your attention. その問題は注目に値する.
b〔+to do〕〈…する〉価値がある.
用例
He deserves to be President. 彼は大統領になるにふさわしい.

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