Saturday, 30 April 2011


La palabra de hoy es: 'mucho' = a lot (for example, a large quantity of something not counted nor measured!). When used as an adjective in plural (i.e. when referring to a number of things which can be counted, but are not actually counted!), it means many. As an adjective the word takes the four possible forms of most adjectives: 'mucho'/ 'mucha'/ 'muchos'/ 'muchas'
  • Llueve mucho en este país (In this country it rains a lot)
  • Hay mucha gente en este sitio (There are many people here)
  • En España tenemos muchos amigos (We have many friends in Spain)
Have a look at: (Andrea Bocelli sings: Bésame mucho)
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