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26 July

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What is the difference between I have a few magazines to kill time. and I have few magazines to kill time. ?Feel free to just provide example sentences.

Firstly, "few" is the adjective for countable noun.

Secondary, I would like your clarification for the difference between the two.

① I have a few magazines to kill time.

It has positive nuance.
I still have some magazines to kill time.

② I have few magazines to kill time.

It has negative nuance.
I have almost no magazine to kill time.

Your support would be greatly appreciated.
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