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Created Date: Sat 28 Apr 2012

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Which one is the correct one to use when you want to ask about the differences between things: Is There or Are There?

 

Answer:
They are actually interchangeable. It only depends on the context and what you are thinking about the subjects.

Following are 2 correct examples:
Is there any difference between "Due To" and "Because Of"?
Are there any differences between "Due To" and "Because Of"?

"There is" is used for singular nouns and "There are" is used for plural nouns. For example:
There is a very big snake in my room.
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