Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "There"

The meaning of "There" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does hey there mean?
A: Hey is a way to call your attention. There refers to a location. Put the two together and he's calling to something at a certain location.
Q: What does hello there mean?
A: literalmente en español= hay alguien ahi/alli?
Q: What does out there mean?
A: I'd say "out there" means in an area which cannot be seen directly at this moment. It's quite an ambiguous phrase.

"Where is your new car?"
"It's out there" as the person points to the outside.
Q: What does "I'm there with you on that" mean?
A: It means "I agree with you". There are other phrases like that e.g. "We are on the same page"
Q: What does "out there" in 153 mean?
A: It just means get the idea into the open. So tell people so they know it's an option.

Another example:
A: what should we have to eat?
B: I don't know...
C: Just throwing it out there, there's pizza in the fridge...

Example sentences using "There"

Q: Please show me example sentences with over there.
A: The book is not here. It’s over there on the shelf.
Q: Please show me example sentences with about, to, that, there.
A: About : Tell me about yourself

To: I want to go ride a bike

That : that bag looks great

There: I'm just going there for a while
Q: Please show me example sentences with there.
A: With the word 'there'?

Examples:
There were seven sisters who lived together in the woods.

"Look over there!" Brianna pointed to a large statue.

Dad sat down and rubbed his face. "We could go there if you want to." He said to me.
Q: Please show me example sentences with out there.
A: its like saying that your style is very unique, different or even unusual. Some people might think of it as an insult while others as a compliment so just be careful who you say it to
Q: Please show me example sentences with there.
A: There (used in past sentences to talk about a certain place or position or a about a certain thing someone has done. e.g. It happened over there(place/position). He stopped there(he stopped doing something THERE).

Synonyms of "There" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between it and there ?
A: there+be
we use(there+be) to talk about existence of SB/STH
There is a fan in my room
there are two boys in the ground
it
we use (it)talk about for something
who is it pen
it is meain pen
Q: What is the difference between there and there's ?
A: There, assim, pode significar "ali"
Examplo: he is over there.
(Ele está ali)

No caso de there's (there + is) isso significa "há"
Exemplo: there's a chair in my room.
(Tem/há uma cadeira no meu quarto)

E ainda existe "there are" que você usaria no mesmo sentido que o there's, mas nesse caso, para coisas no plural.

"There are many books on the floor"
(Tem/há muitos livros no chão)
Q: What is the difference between there and their ?
A: There is for location. We will go there tonight.

Their is for possession. Is that their house?

Q: What is the difference between over there and that way ?
A: over there refers to the postion of a noun. for example: i have left my bag over there. That way in the same context has a similar meaning. for example, if someone asked you were the market was and you pointed in a certain direction and said "that way". you would be directing them to their location.
Q: What is the difference between their and there ?
A: Their is possessive while there is used to describe a location away from the speaker.

Their car is out of gas.
Their dog is eating.

I parked my car there.
The dog sat there.

Translations of "There"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? there, their, these
A: there, their, these
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hey there do anyone knows what means gtg
A: got to go
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hello there
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Who there?
A: It would be "Who's there?" Or "Who is there?"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? why there's a on here???
A: There's an on because the phrase early on in this text means early in her life. It is common to write this phrase instead of explaining that it is referring to early in her life.

Other questions about "There"

Q: theres a word on the tip of my tongue..
what do you call a type of work at restaurants you go in the morning and take a break then get back in for evening shift..?
thank you!
A: according to google it's called split shift! 😁
Q: hey there .
"th" is so difficult for me :( Does this sound natural?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Hey there! I have doubts about completing a gap 😐 The sentence is about offers. Here's the gapped text: Not all of these were taken___ by fans. And the answers are Over, back, off, up. I'll appreciate your help
Q: hey there Does this sound natural?
A: tente pronunciar devagar
Q: How's whether over there Does this sound natural?
A: "How's the weather over there" is natural😊

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