Put IT or THERE in the empty gaps:
1. ___ 's a nice story.
2. ___ a nice new market nearby.
3. ___'s such a nice story. I've never heard something like this.
4. ___ lots of things we can do this evening!
5. ___ are many people out there who could help me with this problem.
6. ____'s such a pity you can't come tonight. I'm so sad.
7. ____'s a wonderful day! Everything seems so nice to me!
8. I can't listen to this lecture any more.___'s so boring. I'm leaving.
9. I'm sure___ are many things you can do with your hair.
10. Look! ____'s a new student I had been talking you about!
11. ___ seems to be a big problem going on!
12. ___ was one of the biggest wars in history.
13. ___ are lots of people in the disco.
14. ___'s one of the biggest skyscrapers in the world.
15. ___ 's been a long day! Have a rest now.
16. ___ were many people I'd never met before.
17. ____ will be a long journey so we need to be prepared.
18. ____ are many funny jokes I'd like to share with you.
19. ____'s my new English teacher.
20. Oh no, ___'s raining again! What shall we do?
21. _____ are many handouts I need to hand in. Please help me.
22. ____ has been a long trip.
23. ____ will be lots of problems if you don't help me with this.
24. ____ is going to rain, could you give me a lift?
USE OF IT: you can use to acknowledge a specific thing, issue, situation, topic.
- It's such a great topic we can discuss about.
- It's a great book!
Drill: Put whether IT or THERE in all gaps: Only one of them is possible in all gaps:
1. ____ 's such a nice day! We can go to the beach.
2. ____'s a difficult task. Can you help me with this?
3. ____ was a long meeting. I'm so tired. I just need a nap.
4. ____ will be too difficult for me to finish it on time.
USE OF THERE: you can use it to talk about something for the first time:
- There seems to be a problem.
- There are lots of interesting places we could visit.
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