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    Smile Grammar Verb To Be

    Which of the following sentences is correct?
    A. 1.There is plenty of bananas in the basket or
    2.There are plenty of bananas in the basket.
    B. 1. There are lots of food on the table or
    2. There is lots of food on the table.
    c. He travelled on ships or
    He travelled in ships

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    Re: Grammar Verb To Be

    Quote Originally Posted by shamila View Post
    which of the following sentences are correct?
    A. 1.there is plenty of bananas in the basket
    2.there are plenty of bananas in the basket.
    B. 1. There are lots of food on the table
    2. There is lots of food on the table.
    C. He travelled on ships
    He travelled in ships
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