by Liz Walter
In my last post, I looked at some common ways of talking about large numbers and amounts. In this one, I cover the opposite: small numbers and amounts.
We played a few games of tennis.
He earned a little money by painting.
We often use a few and a little before more:
We need a little more time.
Few people have heard of him.
There has been little improvement.
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