Hi, everyone. Now this time I have got a problem on the sentence of "There be“。 Well, could you please explain this sentence pattern for me?

Dear all

I know the sentence pattern "there be" is different from " have"and it does not mean a person have but something or someone doing or existing in some place. One thing I am not sure is that whether or not I can put "for sb" in the middle. Let us see this sentence I make:

"There are many kinds of fruit for you to choose from in this stand." Is this sentence right?

Are there any other parenthesis which I can use in this kind of sentence?

Please do some analysis for me?

Thank you again.

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  • 4 years ago
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    "There are many kinds of fruit to choose from on this stand".

    "There are many choices of fruit on this stand."

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Thanks for the 2 points loser

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