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    #1

    a huge amount of apples?

    1. There are a huge amount of apples.

    2. There is a huge amount of water.

    3. There is the huge amount of water.

    4. There is huge amounts of water.

    5. there is a large amount of water.


    Are they all grammatical?


    Thank you in advance.

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    #2

    Re: a huge amount of apples?

    You will hear amount + plural noun, but I don't like it. 2 & 5 are the only ones I would say.

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