Grammar Elementary. There is/There are. Affirmative form. There is ( there’s ) a book on the table. There is some water on the floor . There are six students in the room . USAGE We use there is/are to say something exists. Be careful !.
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There is/There are
A: There’ssomeone on thephoneforyou.
B: Who is it?
A: It’syour sister, I think.
A: There are somepeopleoutsidethedoor.
B: Who are they?
A: They ’re students.
a library in thevillage.
anywater in thevase.
anyflowers in thevase.
There isn’ta dog in front ofthedoor.
There is adictionary on theshelf.
There is somebeer in the jug.
There aren’tanysheets in the notebook.
There are somestabs on thefloor.
There is amessageforyou.
Is there anytealeft?
Are there anygoodplaysatthetheatre?
There isn’tanybread in the box.