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    Which is correct? There is a lot of cars, or there are a lot of cars. Is lot the subject of the sentence or an adjective of the sentence? Is lot a mass noun and singular.

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    Re: Word lot.

    There are a lot of cars.
    There is a lot of good literature in the world.

    Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary
    a lot of (also informal lots of) a large number or amount of sb/sth:

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