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Orange Juice There is / There are and It There is / There are and It
Have got Have got There is / There are and It
There is / There are and It Have got Have got
Orange Juice


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發表日期: 05月16日 11:09
Do you have anything delivered to your door? Maybe the newspaper or a magazine? Maybe a bottle of milk, or even a carton of orange juice?
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發表日期: 05月16日 11:19
We often use there + to be and It…as a subject but they do not refer to any object. There is / areis used to introduce a topic, or say that something exists. It … is often used for the weather, time and distance.
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發表日期: 05月16日 11:19
We often use there + to be and It…as a subject but they do not refer to any object. There is / areis used to introduce a topic, or say that something exists. It … is often used for the weather, time and distance.
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發表日期: 05月16日 11:21
Have got (have/has + got) is used to talk mainly about possessions or personal attributes.
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發表日期: 05月16日 11:21
Have got (have/has + got) is used to talk mainly about possessions or personal attributes.
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發表日期: 05月18日 23:45
We often use there + to be and It…as a subject but they do not refer to any object. There is / areis used to introduce a topic, or say that something exists. It … is often used for the weather, time and distance.
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發表日期: 05月18日 23:45
We often use there + to be and It…as a subject but they do not refer to any object. There is / areis used to introduce a topic, or say that something exists. It … is often used for the weather, time and distance.
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發表日期: 05月18日 23:55
Have got (have/has + got) is used to talk mainly about possessions or personal attributes.
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發表日期: 05月18日 23:55
Have got (have/has + got) is used to talk mainly about possessions or personal attributes.
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發表日期: 05月20日 11:10
Do you have anything delivered to your door? Maybe the newspaper or a magazine? Maybe a bottle of milk, or even a carton of orange juice?