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Don't say NATURE, describe it instead

When talking about rural places like vacation spots or a far-away hometown, it's common to talk about nature. However, native speakers never say, “You'll enjoy nature,” or, “It has beautiful nature.” It’s too general. It doesn't bring to mind any mental image.

Is there many rain, much rain, or a lot of rain?

What's wrong with this question: "How many rain is there in Paris?" This issue is with much and many, it should be "How much rain?" However, "There is much rain," sounds strange to a native speaker. Read on to find out how to use many, much and a lot of.

If your G.B.C. test score is low in the Grammar section regarding plurals, this this might be something you need to focus on. 

Tokyo Tower in the rain