Englisch Vortrag in der Schule- fewer, less oder was sonst?

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People often don’t know when to use less and when to use fewer in a sentence. Here’s how to get it right.

Use fewer if you’re referring to people or things in the plural (e.g. housesnewspapers, dogs,students, children). For example:

People these days are buying fewer newspapers.

Fewer students are opting to study science-related subjects.

Fewer than thirty children each year develop the disease.

Use less when you’re referring to something that can’t be counted or doesn’t have a plural (e.g. moneyairtimemusicrain). For example:

It’s a better job but they pay you less money.

People want to spend less time in traffic jams.

Ironically, when I’m on tour, I listen to less music.

Less is also used with numbers when they are on their own and with expressions ofmeasurement or time, e.g.:

His weight fell from 18 stone to less than 12.

Their marriage lasted less than two years.

Heath Square is less than four miles away from Dublin city centre.

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"Some crimes are getting lower .."

oder aber

"On one hand the crime rate is decreasing in some cases, on the other hand it's increasing in other cases."

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Wie wär's hiermit:

There are fewer cases of some sorts of crimes, but sadly this does not apply to all of them.

"fewer" bei zählbaren Substantiven, und "crimes" sind zählbar.

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