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    • Join Date: Dec 2008
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    "What is there" and "What are there in a box"

    Dear Teacher,

    I wonder if I can say "What is there in the box?" and "What are there in the box?". Are they correct questions? Or, I can just say "What's in the box?" and "What are in the box?" Could you please tell me which is better from these 4 questions? I am a bit confused. Thanks!


    • Join Date: May 2009
    • Posts: 48

    Re: "What is there" and "What are there in a box"

    The correct form is 'What's in the box'. Which is a contraction of 'What is in the box'.

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