Some modifiers that show quantity depend on what type of noun they're modifying.
Some nouns can be countable or uncountable, depending on their meanings. In such a case, use the quantifier that fits the noun's usage.
Type of |
|We have many storms in the spring around here.|
There are few sunny days in April.
Still, a few bright mornings are enough for the kids.
|I think there's too much light in this room.
In addition, there's very little fresh air here.
Get me a little food anyway.
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- There are few lights in this room.
(Lights = physical things you can turn on and off.)
- There is little light in this room.
(Light = the quality that makes things visible.)