Spanish Grammar Guide

Spanish adverbs mucho and poco

Mucho – a lot
Poco – a little

Eva canta mucho. Yo canto poco. (Eva sings a lot. I sing a little.)

Note: Mucho and poco can work as adjectives. In that case they mean many/a lot of or few/not many (for countable nouns) or much/a lot of or little (for uncountable nouns) respectively. When they are adjectives, they need to match the noun’s gender and number

Hay muchas ventanas en mi sala. Hay pocos supermercados en Midtown. (There are many windows in my living room. There are few/not many supermarkets in Midtown.)

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