How much or how many time?
Is time a countable noun? We can measure it in minutes, hours. So, should I use how many or how much time?
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Hi Ilka How much/ how long/how much longer is used when we are specifying a start and end time for an activity: - How much time do we have before she arrives? - How long does it take you to get to school? - How much longer do we have to wait for the train? How many times is used when we want to know a specific number of times something has occured: - How many times have you been surfing? - How many times has she asked about the job? - How many times have you been married?
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How much is the right option since time is an uncountable noun
Time is uncountable so how much is more appropriate
El tiempo se refiere a algo ,define el principio y el fin de las cosas,lo que es pasado y lo que es presente,ademas tiene efectos sobre nosotros si actua como ´¨ábjetivo o como verbo´¨
The noun "time" is countable. It can take the plural form "times", as in "How many times do I have to ask you to clean your room?"
Time and water are both uncountable nouns Water can be measured in ml and L. Time can be measured in seconds minutes and hours. When the measurement is specific it is then used as countable. How many litres of water was used? How many litres of water does it take to fill the bucket? When its more general then its used as uncountable. How much water is needed? How many hours does it take on horseback from Cairo to Luxor. general- How much time will I need for the journey? when you use the word 'time' then you have too much time 😉 How much time do you need ? I need more time. Time is not limited to one second, minute, hour, day, year or century. uncountable noun.
How much time, because it's uncountable. Ex: how much time you need to finish this task? How many is used with countable words. Ex:How many students are in the classroom?
How much time do we have left until class ends? How many times have I told you to arrive before the class starts!
Time, and other abstract nouns, are always uncountable. How much time we have left?
I like to keep answers short and simple: How much? - When asking about the quantity of something. - How much is this drink? - How much are these shoes? How long? - when wanting to know the start and end time of an activity or event. - How long does the movie go on for? - How long will it take to pass my driving test? How many TIME doesn't exist: 1. How MUCH time? (singular) 2. How MANY times? (plural) How many times? - used to specify the amount of times something has happened. - How many times have you been drunk in your life? - How many pets have you had? Hope this helps. Message me, for any other questions; I will be very happy to help. - Dale :)