Questions tagged with there

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Usage of "There is"
Hi! Is this correct "Happy Birthday! Thanks for being the BEST Manager there is!!!"
there is greeting 0 votes, asked Jun 23 '15 by Travis Jensen
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is it possible to say 'I'll take To there?"
There is a noun as well as a adverbe, then I think I can put 'to' in front of 'there'.Should ...
there +2 votes, asked Jun 22 '15 by sjpark
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There is vs There are
Could anyone explain to me which of the following is/are correct? 1) There is a lab, a library and a ...
there is-are +1 vote, asked May 29 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Of course there...does?
The following are common uses: "There is a fox in a box/There are people in the street" "Of course there ...
there 0 votes, edited Mar 26 '15 by Lavinia
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subject verb agreement (?)
which is correct "there have been no problems" or "there has been no problems?"
there Has Been no 0 votes, asked Feb 19 '15 by Romnee Clark
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There is or there are?
Which is correct?There is a blackboard and a chair. OrThere are a blackboard and a chair? I'd appreciate your help ...
there is-are plural singular 0 votes, asked Nov 03 '14 by Bmk13
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Narrator in fiction using here or there, these or those
Hi, I'm writing a short story (fiction) and i'm a little bit confused. I'm writing third person, past tense. Should ...
here there past tense narrator 0 votes, asked Jun 13 '14 by Angelos Kuklinski
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Is it there or they're?
I would love an answer to the proper use of there or they're in this sentence. I read this from ...
there theyre 0 votes, asked Mar 03 '14 by Chris
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They're = Their?
What means they’re. No also is in my dictionary español-inglés. Is this same means their? I read in my book ...
there theyre their 0 votes, asked Aug 30 '13 by Bonita
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Their /There
This has got to be one of the hardest questions ever! Usually when I want to know if something is ...
theirself there their 0 votes, asked Aug 30 '13 by Lina Newbride
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