I agree, that is what I put--something within something is contained by that something. Whereas a person has possessions.
" A lot of pages" is poor English. Page is a countable noun, as distinct from, say, air or water. Therefore the answer should be "many pages" rather than "a lot of."
This is just not true. We tend to use "many" in questions and negatives. "A lot of" is the correct answer for a positive sentence
"A lot of" is more informal speech in English as I have encountered it. "Many" can be used in questions, negatives, or positive statements perfectly naturally. So can "a lot of" - it's just more casual.
a lot of ....is not bad grammar but seems slangy to me whereas many sounds better???
when i press on the spanish word for document it puts an (I) in front of it and that confused me because it is i document
I think 'document' can be used as a verb. As in: 'I documented my discovery.' Tell me if I'm wrong. Hope this helped!
'This document has many pages' would be 'Este documento tiene muchas paginas.' I know, though, it's easy to mix them up! Hope this helps you!
Well, 'muchas' can't be translated as 'more'. That would be 'El documento tiene màs paginas'. Hope that this helps!
What is wrong in "The document has lot of pages"? Why is it required to mention - "lots of pages"?
The document has a lot of pages would have worked. What you typed in was missing the "a" before lot.
aaaawwwww. It doesn't accept "Their are a LOT of pages in that document!"
yes i wondered why tiene is there at all it is because documento could be an "it' therefore tiene?
I think duo gives different correct. I put " the documents has many pages" and it marked me wrong and put the correct answer as "the documents contains many pages" which duo marked wrong for somw people from the coments here. Am just so confused with duo. My husband is Spaniard and said my answer was correct.