Correct Usage of The Adverb THERE



Correct Usage of The Adverb THERE :



THERE

This Adverb usually signifies IN THAT PLACE. But it frequently stands as the first word in a sentence where it has merely an introductory value and has no signification of place.

It should be used in the introductory sense when the verb is intransitive and is followed (instead of being preceded) by its subject.

1. There were four persons present.
2. There came a messenger from the king's court.

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