We use "too much" with countable nouns. We use "too many" with uncountable nouns. "Too much" and "too many" are usually used for negative things. If I like money, I would say "I have too much money."
Subsequently, one may also ask, how much is and much too much?
Too much is a phrase that means excessive or excessively. It can be used as an adjective (I ate too much pizza) or an adverb (She texts too much). Here are two more examples of too much as an adjective phrase, Too much work and not enough play make Jack a dull boy.
Which is correct there is a lot or there are a lot?
"There ARE a lot of animals" is incorrect. "Lot" is the subject of the sentence and it is singular. "Is" goes with a singular subject, "are" goes with a plural subject. "There ARE lots" is correct because the subject "LOTS" is plural.
How do you use much and many many?
They both show an amount of something.
- Use 'Much' with uncountable nouns. We use much with singular nouns. Question: "How much petrol is in the car?"
- Use 'Many' with countable nouns. We use many with plural nouns.
- Use a 'A lot of' and 'Lots of' with both. Both mean a large amount.
Is a lot of singular or plural?
A lot of things means a large number (plural) of things, hence you will use a plural noun (unless the noun is uncountable, then singular). A lot of apples, a lot of chairs, a lot of questions, (but a lot of water, a lot of sand). Lots is just the plural form of lot.