<a bunch of> evidence

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NewAmerica

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(1) The scientist has successfully defended his point of view with a bunch of newly found evidence.

(2) The scientist has successfully defended his point of view with loads of newly found evidence.

Source: English sentence making practice by me.

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The question of this thread is whether "<a bunch of> evidence" is correct English. Is it colloquial? Is it informal? Can it be used in formal writing?
 
  • kentix

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    English - U.S.
    Those are normal but very informal and sound too informal in those sentences.
     
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