The instructor allotted me 20 minutes to take the test.2a. The phrase a lot consists of two words which mean a big portion or much of something. Use a lot when you are describing non-countable quantities, such as water, sand, ice, or time. Use "many" when you are describing countable items, such as hours, people, or books.
A lot of water has passed under the bridge. I don't have a lot of time to make amends.2b. The phrase also could refer to a portion of land.
It is better to own a lot the size of a garden than to own nothing at all.Write in the correct word below and then click "submit" to send your answers.
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