1. Use there IS for singular nouns (one item).
“There is a spider on the wall.”
2. Use there IS for non-countable items(group nouns).
“There is milk on the floor.”
3. Use there ARE for many items (plural nouns).
“There are pencils on my desk.”
Where are you from?
When is your birthday
Why is he happy?
What is your name?
Which is my book?
How is the film?
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THIS is a hen.
THIS is a car. .
THAT is a bird.
THESE are cats. These are hats.
THOSE are bees.
1- “this” is used for an object (only 1) which is near the speaker.
2- “that” is used for one object which is far from the speaker.
3- “these” is used for objects (more than 1) which are near the speaker
4- “those” is used for objects (more than 1) which are far from the speaker.
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