Much and many - the difference

a few ...

(A) few is used with plurals: a few pounds, a few trees a few boys, a few girls, a few stones, a few cars.

Examples: a few

There are just a few examples.
I meet a few friends.

a little...

(A) little is used with singular nouns (uncountable) nouns: a little water, a little milk, a little sand, a little air.

Examples: a little

There is little tea left.
Not a lot, only a little, please.

Little and few are negative. They mean not much / not many. A little and a few are more positive.

English Expressions of quantity exercises

An expression of quantity is a word or group of words that tells the amount of something. The most common expressions of quantity with examples of both countable and noncountable nouns. Expressions of quantity, and grammar practice for non-native speakers of English, English online.

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