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    ask a teacher

    There is a cap on the table.
    Let me know,which is the subject in above sentence and what is the position of there is ?


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    There is a cap on the table.
    Let me know,which is the subject in above sentence and what is the position of there is ?


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    "There is a cap on the table."
    Kindly let me know which is the subject in the above sentence and what is the position of (there is )?

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    Re: ask a teacher

    The subject is "a cap". A cap is on the table.
    "There is' shows presence/existence of something. There is a mouse under the bed. There is a way to say that more clearly.


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    Re: ask a teacher

    Quote Originally Posted by AG MANGI View Post
    "There is a cap on the table."
    Kindly let me know which is the subject in the above sentence and what is the position of (there is )?
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    "There is a cap on the table."
    Kindly let me know which is the subject in the above sentence and what is the position of (there is )?

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