Mar 10, 2022
There is & There are
There Is / There Are In English grammar we use “there is” or “there are” to talk about things we can see and things that exist. We use “there is” for singular and uncountable nouns, and we use “there are” for plural countable nouns. a. There is a spider on the table. b. There is a guest at the lobby. c. There is a book in the box. d. There is a hospital in Sussex. e. There are some people outside. f. There are candies in the basket. g. There are some exercises below. h. There are animals in the jungle.
Fill in the blanks. There is/There are. 1. ___ four weeks in a month. 2. ___ a mailbox downstairs. 3. ___ an English book in my backpack. 4. ___ teachers in the classroom. 5. ___ one bedroom upstairs. 6. ___ clouds in the sky. 7. ___ some mistakes in your exam. 8. ___ two lectures before the finals. 9. ___ two dogs in front of the gate. 10. ___ a girl sitting on the bench.
Complete the sentences correctly. 1. ___ some butter in the fridge. 2. ___ two birds on the bench. 3. ___ three bedrooms in my house. 4. ___ a cat in the garden. 5. ___ some mistakes in your paper. 6. ___ many people on the bus. 7. ___ a little water in my glass. 8. ___ two windows in my room. 9. ___ a puppy in the box. 10. ___ four pens in my pencil case. ANSWERS: 1. There is some butter in the fridge. 2. There are two birds on the bench. 3. There are three bedrooms in my house. 4. There is a cat in the garden. 5. There are some mistakes in your paper. 6. There are many people on the bus. 7. There is a little water in my glass. 8. There are two windows in my room. 9. There is a puppy in the box. 10. There are four pens in my pencil case.