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There should be vs. there's #1 (permalink) Mon Dec 04, 2006 8:37 am   There should be vs. there's
 

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ESL/EFL Test #55 "Chit Chat: Talking about the Doctor", question 6

Linda: Then ......... the pain in my back.

(a) there are
(b) there will be
(c) there should be
(d) there's

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #55 "Chit Chat: Talking about the Doctor", answer 6

Linda: Then there's the pain in my back.

Correct answer: (d) there's

Your answer was: incorrect
Linda: Then there should be the pain in my back.
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There should be vs. there's #2 (permalink) Mon Dec 04, 2006 9:55 am   There should be vs. there's
 

Hi,

Linda is simply listing her problems and the next one she refers to is the pain in her back.

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