Retired English Teacher
Sometimes "has/have" and "there is/there are" are interchangeable, for example,
A. Our old apartment has a huge kitchen.
= B. There is a huge kitchen in our old apartment.
And sometimes they are NOT interchangeable, for example,
A. There are two apples on the table.
B. The table has two apples on it. (unacceptable)
My queation is: Is it correct to say "The cinema doesn't have many people on Sunday mornings"?