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"There is nothing happens."
"There is nothing happened."
As you can see, "nothing" is used as a subject here.
"There is nothing happening."
But why is "happening" used with no "To be" verb? Example:
"There is nothing is happening."
Last edited by Matthew Wai; 01-Nov-2014 at 14:18.
Last edited by Checkmate; 02-Nov-2014 at 08:37.
"There is nothing happened" is not a grammatical English sentence.
There is nothing happening = Nothing is happening at the moment.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
I deem it incorrect, but I am not a teacher.
There is nothing happened
sounds just as weird as saying
There is something happened.
I think you need a 'that' after 'nothing'.
not a teacher
I would simply say 'Nothing happened there' instead of add 'that'.
Not a teacher.