A Lot, A Lot Of, Lots Of, Loads Of

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    Ruth
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    Lots Of and A Lot Of are used before both countable and uncountable nouns.
    He has lots of friends.
    He puts a lot of sugar in his coffee.

    Loads Of is used in the same way but is more colloquial in use.
    The teacher gave us loads of homework!

    A Lot is used as an adverb at the end of a sentence.
    She studies a lot.
    I like English a lot.

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    Roberto

    Great. I’m sure this will help A LOT 🙂

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