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    Smile Verb to Be

    I would like to know which of the following sentences is correct:
    1. There were a lot of food on the table.
    2. There was a lot of food on the table


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    Re: Verb to Be

    1. There were a lot of food on the table.
    2. There was a lot of food on the table

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    Smile Re: Verb to Be

    Thank You very much.

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