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    There is/There are with total

    In following sentence, should verb be "is" or "are"?

    There is/are only four pages total.

    Is "pages" the subject or is "total"?

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    Cool Re: There is/There are with total

    Quote Originally Posted by jmsflorida View Post
    in following sentence, should verb be "is" or "are"?

    There is /are Only four pages in total.

    Is "pages" the subject or is "total"?

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