By Stefan Chiarantano
'There is/There are' are used to state the existence or presence of something or someone.
Here are some examples:
There's a clock on the wall.
There are six desks in the classroom.
There are four students in the class.
There are two whiteboards in the classroom.
Is there a ___________ in the classroom?
Yes, there is.
No, there isn't.
Are there ___________(s) in the classroom?
Yes, there are.
No, there aren't.