schlechte horror spiele den der ler sidst ler bedst We use “there is” and “there are” to convey the meaning of availability and/or presence. “There is” is used for singular nouns, and “there are” is used for the plurals.

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For singular and uncountable nouns:

there is (there’s)… > In positive sentences

is there… ? > in interrogative sentences

there is not (there isn’t)… > in negative sentences

There is a small glass on the table

Is there any dog on the street?

There isn’t any milk in the bottle.


For countable plural nouns:

there are… > positive sentences

are there… ? > interrogative sentences

there are not (there aren’t)… negative sentences

There are some pencils on the table.

There are many people in the store.

Are there any pencils on the table?

a)- Yes, there are three pencils on the table.

b)- No, there aren’t (there are not) any pencil on the table

How many oranges are there in the bag?