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"Here" and "there" are never the subjects of sentences.
A) False
B) True
I answered B

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    Here is another one I'd like if you could check for me:)
    Select the sentence which is correctly punctuated:
    A) Harriet Hardtack your teacher has three children.
    B) Harriet Hardtack your teacher, has three children.
    C) Harriet Hardtack, your teacher, has three children.
    I answered C

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    Both are right.

  • Grammar -

    Occasionally, though, "there" is used as a noun and may be a subject.

    However, your teacher probably wants you to say True.

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    Thank you Ms. sue:)

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    You're welcome, Marie.

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