the answer to"Who is going to be there?" i am thinking about the answer :Who is going to be there? 1st: SHE is going to be there. 2nd: THERE IS going to be HER. which is right? and i not sure about the meaning of "there" in "Who is going to be there?" maybe it's the Contrast to "here" maybe it's the phrase"there be" which refer to"existence" which is right? :)
Apr 16, 2016 12:43 PM
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The answer to 'Who is going to be there? ' is the 1st option "She is going to be there" . The word 'There' means : in, at, or to that place or position for example ""we went to Paris and stayed there ten days" . I hope its clear . Have a nice day :D
April 16, 2016
The first response is correct: "She is going to be there". The meaning of "there" is in contrast to "here". If you are speaking of something close to you, you can use "here". You can use "there" when you are speaking of something that is away from you. You will follow those words with "is" for singular or "are" for plural. Examples: 1. Here is an apple (in my hand). 2. There is an apple in the refrigerator. 3. Here are a few things you can use on your trip. 4. There are many cars parked on the street.
April 16, 2016
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