There's a great deal of chance/ There're ... of chances


Senior Member
There is a great deal of chance to apply my fresh perspective.
There are a great deal of chances to apply my fresh perspective.

Which seems to be natural?

I know the phrase, 'there is not much of a chance', not 'there are not much of chances'... so there I was confused!
  • Disneyesque

    Senior Member
    Oh, I've never expected this was a debatable one to others. Shame on me :(
    It instantly helped me. Terribly sorry to make you surfing for me.

    Beryl from Northallerton

    Senior Member
    British English
    If your question remains unanswered after having read that lot, then feel free to post in one of them, or indeed back here if your question is truly unique. I'll leave this thread open in the meantime. :)
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