There is and There are
We use there is and there are when we first refer to the existence or presence of someone or something:
- There’s a letter on your desk. Julia brought it from the mail room.
- There are three Japanese students in my class.
- There is a new cafe in the centre of town which sells Indonesian food
- There are two new buildings next to the school. They are both science buildings.
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