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    What is correct

    What is correct:

    There is lots to check at the store OR There are lots to check at the store.

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    Re: What is correct

    Try asking your question this way:
    Which is correct, there is lots to check at the store or there are lots to check at the store?
    And this way:
    Which is correct?

    1. There is lots to check at the store.
    2. There are lots to check at the store.
    Try,

    1. There's lots/a lot to do at the store.
    2. There's lots/a lot of things to do at the store.
    3. There are lots/a lot of things to do at the store.


    What does lots to check at the store mean?

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