When is it okay to use "many more" in a sentence and when isn't it? I'm writing a group paper and having troubles with the following sentence:
"Music teachers are responsible for many more grades, and in an elementary setting, the music teacher is responsible for every student in the school."
I realize there may be more grammar problems than simply the "many more" problem, but I'm simply wondering why I dislike that part specifically so much. Is this an okay way to use "many more"? I feel like when using the word "more" it typically implies that you are saying more than something and as of now I just don't like many and more being used next to each other like that.