I would like to know if one could say this. Is this grammatically incorrect?
There isn't a lot of people vs. There aren't a lot of people.
In English, 'people' is the plural for 'person', although you can also say 'persons'. Therefore, you must use a verb in the plural form, being the correct answer THERE AREN'T A LOT/ LOTS OF PEOPLE.
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Deutsch lernen macht spaß, dass können wir gemeinsam haben. Wer hat lust?
Hello everybody. Please, help me find this book "Across the U.S.A. by Douglas M. Rife, Gina Capaldi" in free pdf.
Hello, why don't we start conversation..!
There isn't a lot of people vs. There aren't a lot of people
My portuguese for your english
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