Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Many"

Many fish died.
I have many books.
Many trees fell down.
Tom has many talents.
Do you have many friends?
I have many things to do.
Many friends saw him off.
She called me many times.
Take as many as you want.
How many kids do you have?
This surprised many people.
How many books does he have?
How many pencils do you have?
How many children do you have?
I have many coins in this box.
This school has many students.
We can see many stars tonight.
He lived abroad for many years.
There are many kinds of coffee.
Many friends came to see me off.
There are many rats on the ship.
About how many books do you have?
His face is known to many people.
She appears to have many friends.
Take as many cookies as you want.
Take as many peaches as you like.
There are many fish in this lake.
There are many problems to solve.
This book contains many pictures.
He's had many unhappy experiences.
Our school library has many books.
Her daughter can recite many poems.
How many books do you read a month?
I saw many birds yesterday morning.
Nowadays many people travel by car.
How many cars have you owned so far?
How many cruises are there each day?
Many famous artists live in New York.
She has about as many stamps as I do.
He ate rice twice a day for many years.
How many computers have you had so far?
There are many postcards in this store.
She was chosen from among many students.
You can see many animals in this forest.
How many barbers work in that barbershop?
I don't know how to cook too many things.
I don't like to eat fish with many bones.
There are many active volcanoes in Japan.
This melody is familiar to many Japanese.
How many times a day should I feed my dog?
Many trees lose their leaves in the winter.
I have many friends who are native speakers.
There were many rotten apples in the basket.
How many audiobooks do you have on your iPod?
How many different schools have you attended?
How many eggs were you able to get yesterday?
How many times do you think you've eaten here?
My friend Tom has twice as many stamps as I do.
She spent many days knitting a sweater for him.
I can't tell you how many times I've been there.
Many dog owners only feed their dogs once a day.
How many hours a day do you spend in your office?
She divorced him after many years of unhappiness.
How many hours a day does she spend in the kitchen?
How many times a week does the soccer team practice?
I never imagined so many people would come to my party.
How many kinds of vegetables do you grow in your garden?
I've visited many countries, but I like Japan best of all.
How many suicides do you think there are every year in Japan?
Many cancer patients lose their hair because of chemotherapy.
Could you please tell me again how many times you've been here?
Mary and I have been acquainted with each other for many years.
Many people think that children spend too much time watching TV.
Even though there were many cookies on the dish, I only ate three.
How many times a week do you spend doing fun stuff with your children?
I don't think many people can say they are satisfied with their salary.
Many people think that children don't spend enough time playing outside.
Every time cigarettes go up in price, many people try to give up smoking.
How many times do I have to tell you not to eat candy just before dinner?
She borrowed the book from him many years ago and hasn't yet returned it.
I've spent so many years as chairman that I feel it's time I stepped down.
I never for a moment imagined that I'd be able to meet so many famous people.
I have many friends who speak fluently, but still don't sound like native speakers.


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