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Old June 08, 2014, 07:06 PM
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When using mucho/a(s) is it just to match gender and quanity? (So a sentence like Spanish has a lot of information would be Español tiene mucha información.)

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Old June 08, 2014, 08:02 PM
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Tiene mucha información.

Sí, ahí actúa a modo de adjetivo.

También cabe la posiblidad de usar "un montón" (resulta tanto usual como idiomático) al igual que nosotros utilizamos "a lot" para eludir la distinción entre sustantivos contables e incontables cuando estamos dudosos.
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When using mucho/a(s), is it just to match gender and quantity? (So, a sentence like "Spanish has a lot of information" would be "El español (con)tiene mucha información."?)
Yes, when 'mucho' is used as an adjective, it must agree in gender and number with the noun it modifies.
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