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I have few questions vs I have some questions

I have few questions

This is not correct. Don't use this phrase.

The word "few" (not many) means something different from "a few" (several). So, saying "I have few questions" basically means, "I don't have many questions." If you want to ask for more information, you wouldn't use this phrase.

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