What part of the speech is "many"?

Tamara Sidorova
Tamara Sidorova
December 10, 2012
What part of the speech is "many"?

An adverb is a part of speech that denotes a sign of an action, condition, or other sign. This part of the speech answers the questions: for what purpose ?; as?; Where?; when? The adverb adjoins other parts of speech. Its signs are immutability, the presence of derivational suffixes, the connection with other parts of speech, and already by meaning they are divided into definitive and adverbial. A special group - predicative adverbs.

So what part of the speech is "a lot"? This is just an adverb that answers questions: by how much ?; in what degree?; as? "Many" - unchangeable, definitive (degree of quantity) adverb. Example: “knows a lot”, “many children”. A comparative example: “much better”, “much more fun”. “Many” may be the first part of difficult words, while the word will be an adjective and will answer the question “what?”. Example: "centuries-old", "many-voiced."

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