Re: There is a table and a chair in the living room.
I don't object to the construction. I merely said that I would be surprised if this sentence, as it stands were considered standard English.
Originally Posted by Chicken Sandwich
That is not the sentence I was talking about.
What is wrong with 'There is
a table and a chair in the living room'? The verb agrees with its nearest complement, so why is this sentence problematic?
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