There is some macaroni or there are some macaronis
There is some macaroni
There are some macaronis
There is some spagheti
There are some spaghetis
Are they correct?. Thank you.
In English we don't use a plural form of either "macaroni" or "spaghetti."
I do remember both being used in the plural in Spain.
Both macaroni and spaghetti are referred to in the singular.Often we will say there is a bowl of macaroni...or there is macaroni on the menu.L.
Well, to say a plate of spaghetti, we say: un plato de espaguetis. We almost always say in plural. But that does not mean that we cannot say "hay un espaguetis en el suelo". I mean, we can use the singular too.