jack said:All of you are equally guilty. <--why is "are" not "is"?
All of the lake is out of bounds. <--why is "is" not "are"? and why is "bounds" not "bound"?
jack said:"There are no cars down here." <--what does this mean?
"There is no car down here." <--meaning? There is not even one car down here?
jack said:What's the difference in meaing between these two:
1. Are there any people here?
2. Is anyone here?
How would I use these questions? Can you give me an example? Thanks.
jack said:What's the difference in meaing between these ones? Can you give me an exmple how to use them?
1. There are no lives lost.
2. There is no life lost.