Yes, you can.Can I say "There live wild
Yes, you can. The word order is somewhat unusual, but it is certainly possible to use the adverb there at the beginning of the sentence.Can I build a sentence with such word order?
Thank you! Oh, yes, of course animals.Yes, you can.
Yes, you can. The word order is somewhat unusual, but it is certainly possible to use the adverb there at the beginning of the sentence.
Thank you! Yes, it is somewhat my own sentence, I gave the example how I wanted to use it aboveDid you read this somewhere PantherK, or did you invent it yourself?
My answer is that it depends what you want it to mean. We need context. The grammar is correct but the word-order is archaic. When would you use this statement?
Here is an example context
Parent: Would you like to go to the zoo?
Young child: What is a zoo?
Parent: It is a kind of park. Wild animals live there.
Is that what you mean?
Yes. This is the most common and natural word order to use in the sentence."The wild animals live there"? - would this be the most correct one?
This seems fairly strange. I expect to read something like this: Wild animals live in natural environments/natural areas.I want to say that "There live wild animals in the wild nature".
BTW, is the word order in this sentence fine?: Especially that there is/there are we use mainly with the verb be.Thank you very much, everyone, for explanation! Especially that there is/there are we use mainly with the verb be, and some other verbs like come, go and modals! Now I know, that there live animals in the forest would very strange way to say!