Questions tagged with is-are

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Is or Are?
Hi there! Are both these sentences grammatically correct? Here is some good news. Here are some good news. Do they ...
here is-are Uncountable 0 votes, asked Jun 17 by Abdul Quadir
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Another "is" vs. "are" question
Strolling through the internet, I came across a "quote" picture saying, "people who who have perfect bodies but eat junk ...
is-are question +1 vote, asked Jun 08 by Brynn E Kelly
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There is vs There are
Could anyone explain to me which of the following is/are correct? 1) There is a lab, a library and a ...
there is-are +1 vote, asked May 29 by Abdul Quadir
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Singular or plural noun/verb?
Can anyone tell me which is the correct verb in the below sentence (and why, so I can learn)? Thank ...
is-are singular plural +1 vote, asked May 07 by KDL
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There is or there are?
Which is correct?There is a blackboard and a chair. OrThere are a blackboard and a chair? I'd appreciate your help ...
there is-are plural singular 0 votes, asked Nov 03 '14 by Bmk13
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Which verb to use on a menu
While dining out, my husband argued that a menu item used the word "is" where "are" should have been written. ...
is-are 0 votes, asked Apr 21 '14 by Lynda
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Awkward sentence - "Is" vs. "Are"
Hi there, I recently read the sentence Five months are a very long time and thought that the are sounded ...
is-are 0 votes, asked Jan 10 '14 by don
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Please check
What I would like to know is are these GA and GB sales type special. How would you recommend fixing ...
is-are -1 votes, asked Nov 25 '13 by Chris
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IS/ARE CAT/CATS
which one is right and when should I use these? There are two cats... There are two cat... There is ...
is-are 0 votes, asked Aug 07 '13 by Pallinaama
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is/are was/were British American English
I have noticed a rise in the use of the more-British is/are, was/were here in the States. Particularly by broadcasters. ...
is-are was-were british-american globalization +1 vote, asked Jun 01 '13 by SLPDeb
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