Proper use of "There is..." vs "There are&quo

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What is proper in this example... 1) THERE IS some traffic. or 2) THERE ARE some traffic.
 
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Re: Proper use of "There is..." vs "There are

Corey said:
What is proper in this example... 1) THERE IS some traffic. or 2) THERE ARE some traffic.

traffic is a uncountable noun.
so 1) is correct.
 

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It certainly is.;-)
 
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