Less or Fewer

Less is used with uncounted nouns: less soup, less intelligence, less foliage. Fewer is used with countable nouns: fewer voters, fewer apples, fewer commercials. Examples: I cooked less meatloaf this time because I didn’t want too many leftovers. He has less strength in his left hand. This box contains fewer pencils than that one. I

Through, Threw, Throw

through: preposition. Examples: I used a knife to cut through the watermelon. I walked through the park at a leisurely pace. throw: verb (action) Example: Some major league pitchers throw the ball at speeds exceeding 90 miles per hour. threw: verb; past tense of throw. Example: I threw the ball to the first  baseman. Through