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    There is a fork and 2 spoons on the table. Is this right?

    There is a fork and 2 spoons on the table.


    Is this sentence right?
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    Re: There is a fork and 2 spoons on the table. Is this right?

    We know what you mean.

    Make life easier for yourself and say 'There are two spoons and a fork on the table'.

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