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    sharguar Guest

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    What's the difference between the following sentences?
    (1)In the garden is a tree.
    (2)A tree is in the garden.
    (3)There is a tree in the garden.

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    I think they possess the same meaning.
    But I would use the first pattern in descriptive writing,as i think using inversion sounds better.hehe

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