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there is a lot of obstacles or there are a lot of obstacles
Jun 8, 2013 6:00 AM
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"There are a lot of obstacles." Despite appearances, "a lot of" (entire phrase) is an adjective, NOT the subject or predicate. The "true" subject is "obstacles," which is plural, so use "are."
June 8, 2013
are. because obstacles is plural. there are a lot of cookies, there is a cookie there are a lot of obstacles, there is an obstacle
June 8, 2013
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