Verbs describe actions, states of being, and conditions. They’re a pillar of language, and an essential part of speech.
‘There is’ is singular, and ‘there are’ is plural. ‘There are’ vs ‘there is’ has to do with the subject and verb of a sentence agreeing with each other in count.
Use is when the noun is singular, and ‘are’ when the noun is plural. Remeber: the subject and the verb in a sentence must agree with each other in count!
Is it spread, spreaded, or sprung …? If you guessed, ‘sprung’, you need to flex your grammar muscles more often.