View Poll Results: IS IT POSIBLE IN GRAMMAR THE PHRASEšTHERE AREš?

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  • I'M NOT SURE ABOUT THIS USE

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  • IF POSIBLE IN FORMAL ENGLISH

    1 100.00%
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    • Join Date: Sep 2006
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    #1

    Thumbs up The Plural Impersonal Phrasešthere Areš

    Hi ! There.
    I'm Pleased To Be Part Of Site. My Doubt Is This:is It Posible In Grammar To Have In Contraction The Phrase (there Are)?.

    There Are Some Potatoes.
    There're Some Potatoes.

    Which One Is Correct ?

    I'll Appreciate Your Help.

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    #2

    Re: The Plural Impersonal Phrasešthere Areš

    HI,

    The first one shows that the speaker is quite sure and certain while
    the second sentence tells certainity is lesser. I think both are correct
    the first is formal - the second informal .

    salemabu

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