majlo said:Where do you think, in the below sentence, is the subject?
There is more than one way to the city.
Thanks in advance
I am not positive that this is correct but I believe "there is" is a verbal expression (meaning something exists) and what follows is the subject. That is, "More than one way exists to the city." Hopefully someone (an English teacher) can clarify this further.
I'll try to undo that confusion, once again referring to the OEG.emma42 said:I agree that it is "way", but am confused by Panjandrum's post.