Interested in Language
I have a small problem with these things.
In TV series (where else? ) I heard these 2 sentences:
Where is the pretzels?
There is three men in a room, and the kids are out of the house.
So, in both sentences I'm very confused why they did not use are.
Where are the pretzels?
There are three men in a room, and the kids are out of the house.
(In my opinion the correct versions, compared to the other 2 versions.)
I often read such things, even things like:
There's a few problems in your theory.
There're a few problems in your theory.
I don't understand it
Okay, this makes sense!
I really believe they said there's and where's.
Alright, now everything should be fine