How to use “there is” and “there are”

24 Aug

When we want to say that something exists, or that something is present here right now, we usually use the phrase “there is/are”.

If we want to ask whether something exists, or is here, we use the question “Is there …?” or “Are there …?”

there IS and ARE

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