There is no ...OR There are no ... How to use which is which ? Thanks.

Use "There is no" with singular or uncountable nouns:
- I'm sorry to say this, but there is no hope for you.
- There is no way that I could lose to you in FIFA 18.
- There is no milk available at the market. 🥛
Use "There are no" with plural nouns:
- There are no dogs running around outside. 🐕
- There are no flowers in Henry's yard.
- There are no eggs in the refrigerator. 🥚
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