173 – Few, A Few, Little, & A Little – English Grammar Lesson

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Few, a few, littleand a little are used before nouns to talk about a small quantity. But there’s a big difference in meaning when we use the indefinite article a with strong>few and little. For today’s English lesson, let’s check out this important point.

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