I want to know about this sentence is it correct or not. If not then what is thr reason. thanks
I know much about you.
It is grammatically correct, but it is extremely formal to use much in a positive sentence--perhaps only Queen Elizabeth II of the British Commonwealth speaks so formally. In a negative sentence, or a question, much is fine: I don't have much money, or How much money do you have? But for positive sentences, other than Her Majesty, the rest of us use a lot of: I know a lot about you.
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