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ESC85

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Korean
1. There is many a Korean thing in the newly published book on history.

2. There are many things Korean in the newly published book on history.

I wonder if the 1st sentence makes sense.

If there is anyting wrong gramatically, could you tell me about it?
 
  • ewie

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    They both seem grammatically correct to me, ESC.
    many a thing = many things

    I'm not very fond of your use of the word thing, though. 'Thing' is such a vague word! Could you not say chapters, stories, articles, features ... or anything other than thing?
     
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