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    Structure problem

    Could anyone please tell me if the structure below is correct?

    "Parents ought to show them how dangerous things there are."

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    Re: Structure problem

    Quote Originally Posted by JULIAMAY2 View Post
    Could anyone please tell me if the structure below is correct?

    "Parents ought to show them how dangerous things there are."
    Correct. This 'there' means the opposite of 'here' and not just an empty word like that in, say,

    There is a car.

    I am taking about this:

    http://www.ucl.ac.uk/internet-grammar/minor/exist.htm

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