Is there much of a difference between nehány and valahány?
"Néhány" is a few, "valahány" is an unknown number. It can be a lot. But it carries the feeling that it is not too many.
No, there isn't.
Would it as much as between ' a few apples' and 'some apples'?, only one accepted.
If the "is" follows the word that is associated with the "too" - shouldn't it be "Here, too, are some apples"?
I too think it should be here too, are some apples. But the authors too think not.
I got it wrong a second time too because authors only recognize too when it is in their favorite place, the end. so I will write it down too.
Here are some apples, too: accepted
Valamennyi is better
Itt is van valamennyi alma