- “a large amount of —” (e.g. sugar, money, water etc.)
- “a large number of —” (e.g. students, people, houses etc.)
I know the sentence1 is for uncountable noun, so it takes a
singular-form verb however,
the sentence2 is for countable noun, Does this take a singular-form verb or plural-form verb??
P.S. What is “The large —” insted of “A large —”?