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    subhajit123 is offline Banned
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    Wink There is/are almost no man/men....

    Is there any difference in meaning between the sentences?

    1- There is almost no man in the meeting.

    2- There are almost no men in the meeting.

    And if there is no difference, which one would you prefer?

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    Rover_KE is offline Moderator
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    Re: There is/are almost no man/men....

    Neither is natural.

    There is only one man at the meeting.

    There are only two men at the meeting.

    There are very few men at the meeting.

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