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Are these wrong?
"These are your book, aren't these?"

"There is a book, isn't there?"

Everytime I ask these of teachers each of them say different.
Like, "Yes, you can use it." or "No, you can't use it. You should replace "aren't these" to "aren't they"".
And my school English teacher says "I believe there's no problem but I heard that they're not tend to use it.
Are these awkward to use it?



(plz let me know if there is an error in my sentence)

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Are these wrong?
"These are your book, aren't these?"

"There is a book, isn't there?"

Everytime I ask these of teachers each of them say different.
Like, "Yes, you can use it." or "No, you can't use it. You should replace "aren't these" to "aren't they"".
And my school English teacher says "I believe there's no problem but I heard that they're not tend to use it.
Are these awkward to use it?



(plz let me know if there is an error in my sentence)
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