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"Many" is countable. For uncountable nouns we use "much".

She has to study many reports.
She doesn't have much time to prepare for the meeting.
She doesn't have much information about the proposal.

"Much" is normally used in negative statements and questions. For an affirmative statement we have to use words like: a lot, a great deal or plenty.

I don't have much money but I've got plenty of time.

Related articles: Little, More / Most, Very / More, Too / Too much / Too many, Comparative

Exercise: Very / Many 1

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