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    #1

    "there"


    Are there stores down there?

    One is at the top of an escalator and wants to know if he can find stores at the lower level.

    Is this question right, please?

    How would a native say it, please?

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: "there"

    I suppose it's possible. But your explanation sentence is actually what I would be more likely to say. Are there stores on that level? Are there stores on the lower level?

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