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There is / There are with no place complement
Can we use 'there is / there are' sentences with no place complements?
There aren't any apples, but there are some oranges.
Somehow the sentence seems weak and weird. I've heard it's possible, but I subconciously add a place complement like 'in the fridge' to the end.
Re: There is / There are with no place complement
The sentence is fine. No doubt it would be uttered in some sort of context.
Originally Posted by batmura
However, I would also find that sentence weird if someone came up to me in the street and said it to me.
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