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So much choice vs. so many choices


Jennysh

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Hello Jennysh,

You can say both because 'choice' is both a countable and an uncountable noun, and in most contexts you can use them interchangeably.

When you use it as an uncountable noun, it's more general: There's so much choice on this menu.

When you use it as a countable noun, it becomes more specific: There are ten choices of fish dishes.

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