How much / many money does it cost?

The correct choice is: How much money does it cost? The noun money is an example of an uncountable, or non-count, noun. Many nouns such as liquids, materials, concepts, and information are uncountable and do not take the plural form. Learn the difference between countable and uncountable nouns and then check your knowledge of their use with indefinite articles, measurements or containers, as well as a quiz on countable and uncountable noun qualifiers.

Teachers can use this noun quantifier lesson plan to help students learn the differences between a few, little, much, many and more.