COUNTABLE/NON-COUNTABLE NOUNS
topic: There is/there are 2 | level: Beginner/Intermediate



Complete each sentence with either there is or there are:
Example: There are twenty students in my class.



1. There good advice and bad advice.

2. There more here than meets the eye.

3. There only one way to do this.

4. There children who don't like to play with others.

5. There many good writers.

6. There a lot of rice left.

7. There many types of fruit here you can eat.

8. There fruit in that bag.

9. There a lot of money on the counter.

10. There a lot of books that I still have to read.






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