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There is... There are...
January 31, 2017

January 31, 2017


English Grammar Revolution Lenora is almost six weeks old already. Adjusting to life with a toddler and a newborn has taken some time, but I think I'm fairly used to this new normal now. I'm starting to do more work, and it feels great to be engaging more in Grammar Revolution after taking some time off.

Can you find the subjects in sentences that begin with There is and There are?

That's the topic of today's Grammar Time article. Read it and find out!

Happy Learning,

Elizabeth O'Brien

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There is... There are...

Can you identify the subjects in the following sentences that begin with There is and There are? Subjects tell us whom or what a sentence is about.

There is no place like home.

There are many leaves on the ground.

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Go ahead and take a guess right now. I mean it. Don't keep reading until you've chosen the subjects.

Are you ready? Great!

If you guessed there,...

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