Are these sentences right or wrong? Change it to there where necessary. Put in there/there’s or ok.
I don’t know who’ll win, but *it’s* sure to be a good game.
Why was she so unfriendly? *It* must have been a reason.
- They live on a busy road. There must be a lot of noise.
- It’s a long way from my house to the nearest shop.
- After the lecture there will be an opportunity to ask questions.
- I like where I live, but it would be nicer to live by the sea.
- Why was she so unfriendly? There must have been a reason.
- It’s three years since I last went to the theatre.
- A: Where can we park the car? B: Don’t worry. There’s sure to be a car park somewhere.
- It was John’s birthday yesterday. We had a party.
- The situation is still the same. There has been no change.
- There used to be a church here, but it was knocked down.
- I was told that there would be somebody to meet me at the station, but there wasn’t anybody.
- I don’t know who’ll win, but it’s sure to be a good game.