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I am quite confused between

  1. There aren't much of a differences between those two

  2. There aren't many differences between those two

  3. There isn't much of a difference between those two

  4. There isn't much difference between those two

Can anyone point out the right ones and explain why please? Thank you

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    1.) is certainly wrong, the others are grammatical but need more context. – Weather Vane Feb 21 at 20:08
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Gramatically correct sentences are 2, 3 and 4.

  • "much of a" refers to a singular subject
  • "much" refers to a quality
  • "many" refers to a plural subject

In number 1, the subject is "differences" which is plural.

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