Note: Although there are or are useful constructs in some situations, some authors prefer to rephrase the sentence. If you decide to rephrase the list and put it in front of the verb, you must link the verb to the plural list (and not just to the next item): sentences beginning with the unspecified topic are very common in English. They are used to describe a situation (often with the preposition of place and place). If we use there as a subject, the verb must correspond with the subversives that come after the verb. This combination of agreements includes only the owners of me, ours, theirs, his, theirs and yours. They always face a nostun, but not the one with which they agree: someone has linked a related question about negatives, where the situation is clearer („There is no… »). The same goes for the link to „or“ apparently, by accepted response there. But not for „and.“ Keep in mind that you only become plural if it means „members of a specified group“ (see 63. Restrictions on the use of „one“) – there is no plural for the meaning „people in general“ (see 211 General Words for Man).
On the other hand, the owner can only be used with this last meaning – see sentence c above. Also keep in mind that them and their gender differences are today often avoided (for the sake of equality) by using them-in any case. For more information on -self/selves, see 143. Subtleties of words „-self.“ The plural form of others can also be problematic, because for some English learners, there is the temptation to add -s (z.B other people). Part of the reason is undoubtedly the existence in many languages of plural adjectives. However, English aggravates the situation by using a pronoun (unlike the adjective) of others that the plural needs -s (see 133. Confusions of similar structures 1, #2). Some pronouns, z.B. all, someone, enough and more, always have the same shape. However, many others change shape after a no bite they represent.
The change may indicate „Number“ (singular/plural), „gender,“ „case“ (subject/object) or „person“ (loque/recipient/other person). Examples are: should „is/are“ be used in formal characters if there is a combination of countless substants and countables? There is blood, sweat and tears behind every success. He was disappointed that there was so little to do. Tags: No-a-Series, subject verb agreement, because it exists, there is a lot for the article! But I am a little perplexed: I understand that one should say, „There is a knife and two forks on the table.“