01 Jan 08:29 PM

Question about English (US)

Do you use “lf you there is-?”
If you do, tell me what’s the difference from if there is.
I’m really curious about this expression, because grammatically speaking, there shouldn’t be two subjects in one sentence; in this case you and there.
I will be thankful to you if you answer my question. Thanks in advance.

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