A rhetorical question is still a question. An answer to a rhetorical question is still an answer. Therefore: Would budgeting alone fix the problem? No!


[CED] lists the 'quite a lot of' (as opposed to 'more than zero') sense of the polysemic determiner some: some determiner (LARGE AMOUNT) a large amount or number of something: It'll be some time before we meet again. It was some years later when they next met. We discussed the problem at some length. It took some effort to get the thing upstairs. In the ...


Assuming you mean immediately after "there is" or "there are," no verb can grammatically be used in that position.

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