A lot or Alot?

A lot
  • A lot is always TWO WORDS.
    • Alot is not a real word.
  • A large number or amount.
    • example:  I like to read a lot.

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Fun Fact
In the Middle Ages,
a “moment” was 90 seconds.

Examples

A lot
  • I like you a lot.
  • Thanks a lot!
  • A lot of people are unhappy with their jobs.
  • This took a lot of courage.
  • My English class is a lot of fun.
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