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Could you explain how "there is" and "it is" are different in the sentence below?

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  • Could you explain how "there is" and "it is" are different in the sentence below?


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Answer #1 | 31/12 2013 03:15
It exists and it is.
Answer #2 | 31/12 2013 03:16
"There is" means the key is here, and probably you can see it or someone is pointing it to you. And that means more about where the key is placed. And "it is" shows that the identification of the key, the key belongs to the kitchen. Hope will help!
Answer #3 | 31/12 2013 03:16
The presence of the object is established with "there is", and then you use "it is" to refer to the thing that you've already mentioned.

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