This is a test question. Could someone help to explain how to understand this "en" used here? I'll imagine "Il n'en croit pas grand-chose" would be correct.
The verb is
croire en quelque chose (to believe in something)
Il ne croit pas en Dieu= He doesn’t believe in God
Il ne croit pas en grand-chose=He doesn't believe in much at all
Hope this helps!
The 'en' in the question is the preposition 'in' - «He doesn't believe in much». This is different to what you wrote, which would be "He doesn't believe in it much" (context would be needed to know what 'it' was).
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