There is/there are

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  • youngbuts

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    It's probably 있다. (Koean don't care the difference of singulars and plurals as much as English.) But I heard in English there is a difference between 'there is something' and 'there something is'. Though I have not got the difference well still, I guess Koreans seem to use 있다 for the both cases, adding different suffixes repectively.

    거기에 (당신이) 있었요. =There you are.

    사과가 책상 위에 있다.=There is a apple on the table.
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