He has too much friend.

Is this correct?
If so, what is rule for using much for countable noun or should I use many instead?
Please clarify.

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  • "Friend" isn't generally used as an uncountable noun. – Hot Licks Jul 16 at 1:26
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    "Friendship" would be uncountable, for example. "too many friends" = count; "too much friendship" = non-count. – AmI Jul 16 at 1:42
  • My bad ,now i have edited . – Divyanshu Vatsal Jul 16 at 2:02
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    Either (1) he has too many friends or (2) he is too much of a friend. – Jason Bassford Jul 16 at 3:35

Much is always used together with an uncountable noun.
Many is always used with nouns that are countable. (Source)

As Friend is countable, many would be used.
(too many friends)

  • @Mari-LouA too many Friends, it's a plural noun. – Bella Swan Jul 16 at 9:56
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    Then you should make it clearer in the answer. And I would avoid capitalizing "friend" too. – Mari-Lou A Jul 16 at 9:57

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