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    navi tasan is offline Key Member
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    A) Is there any difference between the meanings of:
    1-There is someone in the kitchen.
    and:
    2-Someone is in the kitchen.

    B)Is there any difference between the meanings of:
    3-Someone has been in the kitchen.
    and:
    4-There has been someone in the kitchen.

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Default Re: someone

    1&2 are pretty much the same. I might use 2 to alert someone.

    4 is correct, but sounds a bit weird.

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