There is apple. Fill in the blanks with the correct answers. Fill in the blanks with correct answers

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are these sentences correct?

asked May 01 '11 at 15:02 ONG SZE PING New member

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Normally, whenever we introduce an impersonal noun we use the indefinite article (a/an).  In this case you should write:  "There is an apple." 

 

The second sentence is correct, assuming that there is only a specific set of correct anwers.

 

The third sentence should look like the second.

link edited May 02 '11 at 17:14 Kimberly Expert

I have a question about your answer. The third sentence should look like the second. In this sentence, does it mean that the third sentence is grammatically wrong so you should write it like the second? J.W.May 03 '11 at 04:18

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