1.- "much" / "many" / "a lot of" se traducen por "mucho".
Las reglas que se aplican son las siguientes, si bien cabe cierta flexibilidad:
a) En oraciones afirmativas: "a lot of"
b) Enoraciones negativas e interrogativas:
b.1) Con sustantivos contables: "many"
many books, many coins, many girls...
b.2) Con sustantivos incontables: "much"
much time, much effort, much energy2.- "little" / "few" se traducen por "poco".
a) Con sustantivos contables: "few"
few books, few pencils, few tickets...
b) Con sustantivos "incontables": "little"
little sugar, little rain,little water...
She is very friendly and has a lot of friends
I don't have many paintings in my flat
When you were unemployed, did you receive much help from your family?
This bookshop hasfew books about Spanish history
There is little hope that the hostage will be released
There are a lot of people who prefer to workpart-time
We don't have much time to listen to your arguments
You need a lot of time to finish your homework
Look at the sky! You can see a lot of birds flying southwards
Have you received manyletters from your friend?
Few people know that you worked abroad for ten years
I can see that you have little interest in helping me
Few cars can go more than 300 km per hour
There were manyforeigners in that village last summer?
I am very busy; I have a lot of things to do
Mark is not a millionaire. I am sure he doesn't have much money
I put a little bit of sugar in my coffee because Idon't like it very sweet
Peter has a stomach ache and that is because he ate a lot of biscuits
He didn't have much luck. He lost all his money in the casino
It is a very small car park; it allows fewcars
We haven't had much rain during this year
I have a lot of books on the Second World War
He made little effort to win the race
Martin doesn't eat much meat because he thinks that that is...