Hello everybody! I was trying to translate a sentence and suddenly this doubt came to my mind. What do English people say there is none or there are none? I give the sentence as an instance: ayer habían tres cervezas en la nevera y hoy no queda ninguna. Yesterday there were three beers in the fridge and today there is none? or Yesterday there were three beers in the fridge and today there are none? I think that the 1st option sounds better but I'm not sure. Thank you!