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Homework Help: English grammar

Posted by John on Wednesday, December 12, 2007 at 6:55am.

ex) There are two pins on the table.

In this sentence, is 'there' is a derived adverb?

[Second question]

1. Singular indefinite pronouns use singular verbs: e.g., anyone, anybody, each, either, none

2. Singular indefinite pronouns use singular verbs: anyone, anybody, each, either, and none

3. Singular indefinite pronouns use singular verbs: anyone, anybody, each, either, none


4. Singular indefinite pronouns use singular verbs such as anyone, anybody, each, either, none

5. Singular indefinite pronouns use singular verbs like this : anyone, anybody, each, either, none

Among the five patterns, which one is grammatical?

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