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There was no pain etc.

I agree that you should use " There are no bottles of milk".

What if I say "there is not a single bottle of milk". Can I say this?

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"there is no much stastical changes...."


"there is not much stastical changes..."

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Neither sentence is correct.

Say eg There are not many statistical changes."

There is no grass, no flowers, no food.

There are no grass, no flowers, no food.

When we use a series of nouns with 'no' after there, are there any rules?