It's good to rely on you.
I have a question. Here we go: When do I use has/have or there is/there are on the following situations.
She has a car and a house. (or)
Se have a car and a houe.
She/He/It has a car. (OK) singular
They/I/We/You have a car or They have cars. (OK) plural
And also these examples:
There is a couch in my living room. (OK) singular.
There is a couch and a coffee table in my living room. (or)
There are a couch and a coffee table in my living room.
Could you please tell me the ones that are Ok and the ones that are NOT OK and explain them???
Thank you so much for your time and attention
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