There + to be

there is, there are, there was, there were, there will be, there has been, there have been
Present Simple
There is a car.
There are 4 cars.
There isn’t a car.
There aren’t any cars.
Is there a car?
Are there any cars?

Past Simple
There was a good book.
There were many books.
There wasn’t a good book.
There weren’t good books.
Was there a good book?
Were there interesting books?

Future Simple
There will be a lot of people.
There won’t be a lot of people.
Will there be a lot of people?

Present Perfect
There has been a concert.
There have been many concerts.
There hasn’t been a concert.
There haven’t been any concerts.
Has there been a concert?
Have there been concerts?

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