I have many pencils.
Have you seen many movies?
There is not much time left.
Does he get much homework?
How much time did you take to draw this cartoon?
‘Many’ is used for things we can count. ‘Much’ is used for things we cannot count.
How many chocolates/ computers / games are there?
How much money / homework/ time has been left?
We use ‘much ’in questions and negative sentences;however, we generally use ‘a lot of’ in positive sentences.
Have you got much money?
I haven’t got much money.
I’ve got a lot of money.
How much homework is left to be done?
Not much homework is left to be done.
A lot of homework is left to be done.
We say… We don’t say…
Rahul has got many games. (NOT Rahul has got much games.)
There isn’t much chocolate left. (NOT There isn’t many chocolate left.)
Reena has got a lot of homework. (NOT Reena has got much homework.)