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    grammar questions..

    hello everybody, I have questions here..

    1. Here are some biscuits.
    2. Here is some food.
    3. Here are some food.

    The first sentence "biscuits" is plural, so should we use "are" as the verb there?
    And how about the 2nd and 3rd sentences? Is food a singular or plural noun? Should we use "is" or "are" as the verb there? Which one is correct?

    Someone tells me that all of the above sentences are wrong. I just want to ask why..?

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    Re: grammar questions..

    Hi!
    1. Here are some biscuits.
    2. Here is some food.
    3. Here are some foods.

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