In a quiz thre is a question,
How ------- bread do we have in the kitchen?
much or many.
I chose “many” but it stated as wrong.
I wonder why? Isn’t bread countable. Everyone of course can count the bread.
And shouldn’t we use “many” for the countable things.
Otherwise the “bread” in the given example sure has a different meaning than the ordinary bread?
I’m afraid, you’re in the wrong, “bread” is uncountable.
but you can count these:
- A loaf of bread.
- A slice of bread.
- A bread crumb.