In English, existence is usually indicated by the structure there + to be. There is actually an adverb of place, but the introductory there has no adverbial sense. It is merely used to introduce the sentence.
English for Banking &amp; Finance 2: CD-ROM (Vocational English)
English for Banking&Finance is part of the Vocational English series. It is designed for students in vocational education and for company employees in training at work. Written by industry practitioners, it combiens a strong grammar syllabus with the specialist vocabulary and skills that learners need to succeed in their chosen field.
A student CD-ROM with interactive glossaries in both British and American English and full course book audio in MP3 format
This book is called "Errors in English Composition," because it chiefly consists of examples in which some error in Grammar, Construction, or Order occurs. The sentences, which the student is asked to "correct, improve, or justify," have been taken both from literature and from journalism, mainly, however, from the latter, and mainly from very recent journalism. Practice in working out the examples given in this book will, it is hoped, be an aid to such revision, by showing the student what kinds of mistakes he is likely to make, and in what way or ways such mistakes can be put right
Warriner's Handbook, Teacher's Edition, provides carefully crafted instruction and abundant practice exercises to help students become strong writers. The Chapter Tests booklet contains chapter tests for the first eighteen chapters of Warriner’s Handbook, Second Course. Each test, which is presented in the multiple-choice format of a standardized test, gives teachers a means for assessing students' grasp of key English-language conventions taught in grade eight. An Answer Key is included.
Read the following sentences. Alice likes painting. She would like to paint this landscape. John likes playing cricket. He would like to play cricket this evening. Here sentence 1 means that Alice likes painting as an art. It is a general statement. Sentence 2 means that she would like to paint a particular scene. Similarly [...]
Form: subject + first form of the verb I write. He writes. She writes. You write. They write. Carefully notice the marker -s in the second and third sentences. When the subject is a singular verb we add the marker -s to the verb in a simple present tense. The simple present tense is used [...]