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A LOT – A LOT OF – ALLOT

A LOT – A LOT OF – ALLOT – PLENTY OF

A  LOT = mult, multa, multi, multe

  • I like English a lot.

 

A LOT OF  =  o multime de, o gramada de, mult, multa, multi, multe

  • She learns a lot of English at school.
  • My students have a lot of English knowledge.

 

WHOLE LOT = mult, multa, multi, multe => se accentueaza ideea

  • She learns a whole lot of English at school.

 

LOTS  OF = o multime de, o gramada de,  multa, multi, multe (mai informal)

  • Unfortunately, we don’t have lots of free time.

 

PLENTY OF =o multime de, o gramada de, mult, multa, multi, multe (sinonim cu a lot of/lots of)

  • There’s plenty of time to do that.

 

ALLOT = a aloca; a acorda; a imparti (prin portionare)

Time / Money / Land / Property / Work

  • We have to allot much time for English.
  • This business man allots a large part of his money to charity.
  • He allotted all his possessions to his three sons when he wrote his will.
  • The king wants to allot his land among the heirs.
  • She’s going to allot much of her strive to gaining a lot of experience….

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