英単語:英語の単語A lot, alot, lots, allotの違いについて

A lot, alot, lots, allot

“A lot”, “alot”, “lots” or “allot”? These four small words cause confusion to native speakers of English and those learning English as a second language. This lesson will teach you the correct ways to use these words, with lots of examples.

この動画ではエマさんが、英語の”A lot”, “alot”, “allot”の違いについて語っています。

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MEMO

A lot, Alot, Allot, Lots

A lot: large number of, often, many, mush

1) I have a lot of furniture.
furnitureは不可算名詞なので”s”がつかない。
bookなどは可算名詞なので複数のとき”s”が付く。

2) I swim a lot. = often

3) Alot

4) A whole lot

5) Lots (of)


Allot: to assign, divide, distribute

1) She allotted five pieces of chocolate to me and two to you.

2) I allot most of my time to teaching English.


1) I have ___ of things to do today.

2) I need to ___ more money to my bills.

3) Each speaker was ___ ten minutes.

4) He writes poetry ___.


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