[ Countable & Uncountable Nouns ]
Choose the answer which has the similar meaning to the first sentence: I don’t want a lot of cream on my strawberries.
A. I only want a little cream on my strawberries.
B. I just want some few cream on my strawberries.
C. I don’t want many cream on my strawberries.
D. I only want too many cream on my strawberries.
Phenomenon(s) vs. PhenomenaSimple Past Future Tense Present Perfect TenseReported speech (statements)Past and Present ContinuousFirst and Second ConditionalRelative Clauses PronounsSentence and Fragment-ing form and the to-infinitive
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the circumstances, objects, or conditions by which one is surrounded
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