Is this correct ?
There are plenty of cats in this pet shop, aren't there ?
's and 're can they mean Were and Was ? or only is and are ?
There are plenty of cats in this pet shop, aren't there ? That sentence doesn't sound natural. I would write it the following way. Is it just me or are there a lot of cats in this pet shop? or Do you think that there are many cats in this pet shop?
A definition of the phrase "be woven to"
Definition of the phrase "be woven to"
Grammar in/on explanation
Someone knows how can I learn English faster?
What does it mean when someone say something "fails" them?
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