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    is or are?

    Could someone give me the rule for this grammar?

    There (is, are) no kitchen utensils. I chose are, is that correct?

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    Re: is or are?

    Quote Originally Posted by Debra Kirk View Post
    Could someone give me the rule for this grammar?

    There (is, are) no kitchen utensils. I chose are, is that correct?
    Yes. "Utensils" (the word) is plural.

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