School/ scholarship, please help me

  1. She has very little school/ scholarship.

  2. My mother alwys helps me do/ to do my homework.

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  1. She has very little school.
  2. My mother always helps me do my homework.

For 1. You could even say “She has very little schooling.” It’d make more sense depending on the context.

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Hi Ryan, what does ‘very little school’ mean in this context? Does it means ‘She has very little education’?

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Yes that’s exactly what it means!

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We in America refer to “school” as any form of class taking education

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However, as I said above, it does make more sense to say “She has very little schooling.” Or as you stated “She has very little education.” Both of those make more sense.

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You could, unlike the causative verb make, use the verb help with or without to.
Accordingly, both are acceptable.

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