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    Anonymous Guest

    Default Proper use of "There is..." vs "There are&quo

    What is proper in this example... 1) THERE IS some traffic. or 2) THERE ARE some traffic.

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    mrgoh Guest

    Default Re: Proper use of "There is..." vs "There are

    Quote Originally Posted by Corey
    What is proper in this example... 1) THERE IS some traffic. or 2) THERE ARE some traffic.
    traffic is a uncountable noun.
    so 1) is correct.

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    It certainly is.

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