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In there Is "there is no longer enough resourcesresources" correct?

Is there"there is no longer enough natural resources to suuortsupport economic growthgrowth" correct?

Should it be There are no longer enough natural resources as verb should agree with noun "resources" which is plural.

In there is no longer enough resources correct?

Is there is no longer enough natural resources to suuort economic growth correct?

Should it be There are no longer enough natural resources as verb should agree with noun "resources" which is plural.

Is "there is no longer enough resources" correct?

Is "there is no longer enough natural resources to support economic growth" correct?

Should it be There are no longer enough natural resources as verb should agree with noun "resources" which is plural.

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In there is no longer enough resources correct?

Is there is no longer enough natural resources to suuort economic growth correct?

Should it be There are no longer enough natural resources as verb should agree with noun "resources" which is plural.