thank you so much.Perhaps moseen needs some explanation on this:
Sorry I edited postWe cannot say that.
Yes thank you so much.The first rain is a noun, the second rain is a verb (although with "much," it’s easy to mistake it for a noun). Does that help?
It depends on the context:Why we can not say "It isn't much rain" but we say "It doesn't rain much here.", please?
Thanks a lot.It depends on the context:
Farmer1: It rained yesterday.
Farmer2: Half an inch.
Farmer1: Yes, it isn't much rain. We need at least two inches if we're going to save this crop.
Again, "rain" in "It isn't much rain" is a noun. In "It doesn't rain much here" or "It doesn't much rain here," "rain" is a verb.