I have got many (chairs/ cases), so will you help me carry them upstairs?
This good and near (hotel/accommodation) to stay in.
If you have to choose between chairs and cases in the first sentence, which one will you choose? I will go for "cases", but I think we can use "chairs" in some contexts, do you agree with me?
In the second sentence, if I have to choose between hotel and accommodation, I will go for accommodation because it is uncountable, but hotel is countable and we need to use either "the" or "a". Does what I mentioned make sense to everyone? To be honest, sentence number two does not sound correct to me because the verb is missing, do you agree with me??
Thanks in advance