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There is or there are?

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3rd Oct 2009, 00:18  

Caine says:

Definitely are.

3rd Oct 2009, 03:47

Mandy says:

Yup, should be are. Draw & quarter them!

3rd Oct 2009, 05:54

swamprose says:

there is.
range is singular.

I am doomed to such details.

but 'wealth of knowledge' got me more than anything...SFG, just flee, flee places with 'wealth of knowlege.'

3rd Oct 2009, 06:05

Grammar Police Chief Mandy says:

Draw & quarter Swamprose!

3rd Oct 2009, 06:08

swamprose says:

high noon, grammar police chief.

get your pistoles ready, comrade. this socialist commie babe is ready with her grammar heavy mortars anytime you want.

is means singular. and a range is one thing. no matter how wide. or large.....henh.

3rd Oct 2009, 06:13

swamprose says:

ok, grammar police. I see you have backed down in fear.

I will spare you this time. I also have to go to sleep because I am in training for the big Nuit
Blanche tomorrow night, which means staying up all night...I am also finding my mittens so I can bike.

good night. hope you and that little guy get some sleep.

3rd Oct 2009, 06:34

nige says:

Taught me something new. I'm appreciative of the grammar lesson.

3rd Oct 2009, 07:22

JokerXL says:

Definately "there be"
you're all wrong.

3rd Oct 2009, 09:39

Twiglet says:

Good to see you talking like a pirate Joker!

I think it's *is* and ain't this why God created grammar check....??

3rd Oct 2009, 10:53

Dhamaka says:

there is indeed
(better late than never?)

3rd Oct 2009, 10:56

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