The following sentence isn't grammatically correct and I don't know why ?
We should spend more money on education and health and fewer on new technology.
Could anyone help ?
"Money" is uncountable, so the correct sentence is:
"We should spend more money on education and health and less on new technology."
Conversely, the same idea can be expressed as
We should spend more dollars on education and fewer on new technology.
More is acceptable for both countable and not countable.
More beans and more water.
Fewer beans and less water