- 1 Post By 5jj
there exists/it exists
In a formal document by some world-renowned institution I've found the following phrasing:
"The reports clarify that it exists a relationship between ..."
I would say "there exists" instead of "it exists". If the latter is correct, are there any differences/rules how to use it?
Again, many thanks for your help,
Re: there exists/it exists
You are right. The report appears to be using unnatural English.
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