1 edition of Few get fewer found in the catalog.
Few get fewer
by Greenwich Associates in Greenwich, CT, USA (Office Park 8, Greenwich 06830)
Written in English
|Statement||large corporate finance, 1990.|
|Contributions||Greenwich Associates (Firm)|
|LC Classifications||HG4061 .F44 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||91178764|
A few years later you get a big promotion, and instead of paying off your debt, you use the extra money to put a down payment on a house. And now you’re really screwed, since you’ll be working the rest of your life to pay off that house (and we all . Few/Little/Less. Fewer is used with objects that can be counted one by one. It is the comparative of few. We use 'fewer' before plural nouns. I have got fewer problems than I used to have. Susan got fewer books than her sister. Few means 'not many', 'almost none'(few people, few books, few flowers). It emphasizes how small the number is.
Fewer refers to things that are countable. Examples: We had fewer people at the fundraiser than we had hoped. Fewer tornadoes occurred this year than last year.. Generally, less refers to things that are not countable. Examples: Sue has less concern for her dog’s safety now that the backyard fence is completed. Less talking would help my concentration.. However, the expression . The conventional rule for less and fewer is simple: less applies to singular nouns (including mass nouns), and fewer applies to plural nouns. For example, to have fewer dollars than someone else is to have less money, and to have fewer books is to have less reading material.
No,this will never happen Cause nowadays people read more book,I don't think anyone sold more book than Chetan Bhagat. Prem Chand died in economical debt Same with Mirza Galib But now-a-days if they'll be alive, they'll be millionaire Dharmvir B. Fewer versus less is the debate revolving around grammatically using the use words "fewer" and "less" correctly. According to prescriptive grammar, "fewer" should be used (instead of "less") with nouns for countable objects and concepts (discretely quantifiable nouns, or count nouns). According to this rule, "less" should be used only with a grammatically singular noun (including mass nouns).
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As determiners the difference between few and fewer is that few is (preceded by another determiner) an indefinite, but usually small, number of while fewer is the comparative of few ; a smaller number.
As a pronoun few is few people, few things. Fewer is used when talking about things or people in the plural. It is used countable nouns and individual items. Example Sentences; I bought fewer books this year. They’ve got fewer problems than they used to have. Few get fewer book Now I’ve got fewer tasks than I used to have.
Mark has fewer fishing lures than Samuel does. People these days are buying fewer newspapers. Keep using few (fewer) instead of little (less).
Check out Ginger's spelling book and make sure you never confuse few (fewer) and little (less) again. few - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums. All Free. | In many grammar books, fewer and less are opposed. fewer should be used with plural count nouns: fewer books, while less is only to be used with noncount nouns: less money.
What to Know. Generally, fewer is used when the number of things is counted (fewer problems) whereas less is used when the number is measured (less trouble or less time). However, this is not a hard rule and there are accepted instances of "less" being used with countable amounts such as " words or less," "3 items or less" and especially with money (less than $20) and distance (less than 3.
Much fewer is simply more correct than many fewer, despite its cacophony. Many modifies a noun: many apples. Much modifies the adjective: much fewer apples or far fewer apples. (Anonymous, Wed, 08/17/ - – comment on "Book Review: In Search of Stupidity: Over 20 Years of High-Tech Marketing Disasters" by Marco Fioretti).
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Frank Paperback $Reviews: Few is a quantifier used with plural countable nouns.; Without the article “a,” few emphasizes a small number of something.
Adding the article removes the emphasis—a few means some. The same rule applies to little, which is used with singular uncountable nouns. 99 books based on 89 votes: Papap's Teeth by Danielle DeVor, The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe, The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Hi.
Many and Few "Many" indicates a large amount of something. "Few" indicates a small amount of something. "Many" and "few" are used with countable nouns. The countable nouns must be in plural form. Countable nouns are nouns that can be counted as one or more. Some examples of countable nouns are bottle, cup, desk, chair, book, and table.
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Less or fewer. - English Grammar Today - a reference to written and spoken English grammar and usage - Cambridge Dictionary. Just to name a few. There is a few books that I haven't read yet and this will help decide. Every year there is a few books in translation that seem to break free of being just in the circle of fans of translated fiction well last year this was There is a few books that cover Cocos2d.
Fewer definition is - a smaller number of persons or things. How to use fewer in a sentence. less vs. fewer.
The words fewer and less are commonly confused in English, or rather, less is used while fewer tends to fall by the wayside.
You’ll be less confused and make fewer mistakes after reading through this lesson. Fewer. Fewer is used with countable nouns: people, animals, chairs, shoes.
You know fewer people than I do. There should be fewer books on the table. Few is “used to emphasize how small a number of people or things is.” There are few books in the shelf.
In this sentence, the usage of the word few suggests that there are only several books on the shelf. Also, when you put article the before the word few, it becomes the noun few. In this sense, the few means the minority of people or the.
Examples: A receptionist would make less money than a director. We used to go to the seaside every weekend, but now we have less time.; There were fewer eggs in the fridge than we had hoped.; I have fewer books than my grandfather.; Less may also be used before plural nouns in an informal style, although this is not typical.
These days I’ve got less/fewer problems than I used to have. John has fewer fishing lures than Jack does. Cherie drinks less wine than she used to. Fewer than five children live in this apartment building. We wear less clothing in hot weather. She gets in fewer workouts than he does.
I tend to wear a lot less perfume on weekdays. We grew fewer squashes in our garden than we did last season. This question is related to the previous one on less-vs-fewer. I prefer using fewer instead of less when referring to discrete items.
Something sounds off about less than ten people, in my opinion. But what about the flip side. The phrase more than ten people doesn't sound quite right either.
If less and more are natural antonyms, then what word relates to more the same way fewer relates to less?. We often have trouble knowing when to use less and fewer, as they mean the same thing, but there's a simple rule to make sure you always get it right.Fewer & Less Quiz ; Enquiry & Inquiry.
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Figure Out & Discover. Feel Like & Feel. Find & Found. Fewer & Less.Using Fewer and Less Writers often misuse the words less and word less should be used for a single item (e.g., less time).Fewer should be used when there is more than one item (e.g., fewer mice).
Examples: There is less cheese on this plate. cheese – singular) There are fewer pieces of .