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'There will be a race next week' vs 'There are a race next week'



 
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'There will be a race next week' vs 'There are a race next week' #1 (permalink) Fri Feb 29, 2008 3:14 am   'There will be a race next week' vs 'There are a race next week'
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #46 "Elementary English Grammar", question 9

There ......... a race next week.

(a) to be
(b) was
(c) will be
(d) are

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #46 "Elementary English Grammar", answer 9

There will be a race next week.

Correct answer: (c) will be

Your answer was: incorrect
There are a race next week.
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why "There are a race next week" ? I need more explain.

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'There will be a race next week' vs 'There are a race next week' #2 (permalink) Fri Feb 29, 2008 10:09 am   'There will be a race next week' vs 'There are a race next week'
 

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'There are a race' is bad grammar. 'There is a race' or 'There are some races'.
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