Learn English - Mark Kulek ESL: Basic Grammar Structures: There is…, Is there…? / There are …., Are there …? More Practice: https://youtu.be/mnY5lLCeVxg Talk about the existence of things and people. For example: There is a lot of traffic. There are many people driving to work. All examples have illustrations and in a sentence for better understanding. In the second part of the video, you can practice speaking on your own.
0:17 There is / Is there?
1:17 There are / Are there?
2:18 review / quiz
Language in use:
There is a glass on the table. Where? On the table.
There is a new supermarket in town. Where is it? On First Street.
There isn’t a cloud in the sky. It’s a perfect day. It sure is.
Is there a shuttle bus coming? I think so. That’s good.
There are presents here. Who are they for? I don’t know.
There are shorts and socks in the suitcase. OK. I see them. Good.
There are kids in the park. What are they doing? They are playing.
Are there more dishes? No, that’s it. Oh good!
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