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  1. roxileny1
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    Question there is/are

    what`s the form, meaning and use of there is/are?

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    Re: there is/are

    There are [plural noun].
    There is [singular noun, count and non-count].

    There's [singular noun, count and non-count].
    There's [plural noun].

    See Language Log: When "there's" isn't "there is"

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