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    yeecharles is offline Junior Member
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    Default How to use 'There is ... for you'?

    I am not sure how to use this expression: "There is ... for you."

    I understand that it is used in reference to something negative, but can it be used to describe something positive such as:

    There was Andy for you, so cheerful and confident.

    Please enlighten me on the use of this expression. Thanks in advance.

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    Rover_KE is offline Moderator
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    Default Re: How to use 'There is ... for you'?

    It's fine to use the expression both positively and negatively.

    Rover

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    yeecharles is offline Junior Member
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    Default Re: How to use 'There is ... for you'?

    Thank you, Rover.

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