"Lot of", "A Lot of" and "Lots of", What is the Difference?
What is the difference between "lot of", "a lot of" and "lots of"? I always read or listen these phrases. I do not know the exact difference they make to the meaning of a sentence. Could you give me some examples to show the difference between them?
"Lot of" = group of
"A lot of" = a large quantity of
"Lots of" = slang for "a lot of"
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