There is a book and a pen on the table

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5 thoughts on “There Is/Are A Book, A Pen And A Pencil On The Table.

  1. The reference is to what is on the table i.e. one book and one pen so the verb reflects this; there is (singular) a book and a pen on the table. Although there are .

  2. The short answer is that There are a book and a pencil is correct. Which is grammatically correct, "there is a book and a pen on the table" or "there are a book.

  3. There is a book, a pencil and two notebooks in his bag. ​. If you already "There is a book and a pen" (sounds correct to me), or "There are a.

  4. There are five books on the table. But when There is a book and a pen in my bag. There is There is cream and sugar on the table. There is.

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