- There's so many people in here!
- There's so much people here!
Which one should be used, and why?
If you can count it and it doesn't designate a category, use many.
If you cannot count it or it designates a category, use much.
Many is used in enumerated quantities. If it can be counted in individual items, use many. If the quantity cannot be counted, use much.
"There are so many people in here!"
"There is so much I still need to learn!"
Simple rule of thumb: if the following word is plural use many, otherwise much
"There's so many people in here!"
"There's so much people here!"
There's = There is
There are so many people in here! The problem found is b/c of the usage of are vs. is. You would use are because the subject [people] is plural.
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