Just a few drops There is a difference between a few and few. This difference is similar to a little and little. Have a look here at my earlier article about this. First of all, you use a few or few when you can count things. So you can use few or a few for… Continue reading A Few and Few – They don’t mean the same!
By Olga Koliichuk There are some problems with LESS and FEWER. Let’s make their meanings and usage clear. LESS is a comparative degree of LITTLE. Little is used with uncountable nouns (objects that you cannot count): time, love, flour, meat, money, etc. Examples: I received less love than my brother. Now there is less… Continue reading The Less Money you Spend the More You Save – Less or Fewer