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I am facing it difficult to differentiate between the words used for countable things and words used for uncountable things, Please help.

what's the difference between 'many hats' and 'numerous hats', and between 'much patience' & 'great patience'?

can someone provide me SCs based on this type, so that I can understand it properly.

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