a lot of /lots of / a lot a lot of / lots of a lot of and lots of have the same meaning: they both mean: a large amount or number of people or things. They are both used before countable nouns and uncountable nouns: ►with countable nouns: A lot of people went to the game. Lots of people went to the game. ►with uncountable nouns: A lot of snow falls in winter. Lots of snow falls in winter. a lot a lot means very often or very much. It is used as an adverb. It often comes at the end of a sentence and never before a noun. I like basketball a lot. She's a lot happier now than she was. I don't go there a lot anymore Quoted from: In post newsletter ByAbdullah Asoghayer:.