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There comes the car?
1) Here comes the car.
2) There comes the car.
We usuallu say like 1).
Is it possible to say like 2) ???
Re: There comes the car?
We's normally say "Here comes the car" for an approaching vehicle, and "There goes the car" for one that is not approaching.
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