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Some expressions and stuff

“Stuff” can be used as a synonym for both “thing” or “things”, or to refer to an unspecified quantity of just about anything. It’s a very useful word to be able to understand.

“Stuff” does not take an “s” and therefore does not have a plural form as it refers to any quantity of anything.

 

EXAMPLES

 

“I’ve read your work. Good stuff!” (Means “well done”.)

“Moving house is going to be annoying coz I’ve got so much stuff.” (So many things / belongings.)

“I have a lot of things.” = “I have a lot of stuff.”

“I don’t like her. She’s got too many issues and stuff.” (And other problems.)

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