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I built a sentence but I don't really know if it's correct!

there are much more questions that answering them will reveal more information about people

Is that correctly structured? does it make sense?
Which one is correct: answering them or giving them an answer.

I'm confused! could you please help me to correct my mistakes?

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    many more things, countable, much more coffee, uncountable
    – Lambie
    May 27 '21 at 21:05
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First of all, use "many" instead of "much", since questions is a countable noun. I'd also avoid using "more" twice. Finally while it does makes sense, it could be clearer with some reorganizing.

I would write this as:

There are many more questions that will reveal additional information about people when answered.

Alternatively, if you want to stay closer to your structure, you could write:

There are many more questions that when answered will reveal more information about people.

See also: Difference between "much, many, a lot of and lots of"

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