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There is/are A
A is an inanimate object or abstract thing (event, idea, etc.) . It cannot be used for people or animals.

  1. There is/are A
    A is an inanimate object or abstract thing (event, idea, etc.) . It cannot be used for people or animals.
  2. A has B
    B is an inanimate object or abstract thing (event, idea, etc.) . It cannot be used for people or animals.
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テーブル  りんご  ある  
There is an apple on the table.
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        あります  
There are several picture books on the bookshelf.

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ANoun
ある
Basic Examples:
りんごある (there's an apple)

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A has B
B is an inanimate object or abstract thing (event, idea, etc.) . It cannot be used for people or animals.

  1. There is/are A
    A is an inanimate object or abstract thing (event, idea, etc.) . It cannot be used for people or animals.
  2. A has B
    B is an inanimate object or abstract thing (event, idea, etc.) . It cannot be used for people or animals.
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         ある  
She has cooking skills.
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         ある  
He has qualifications as an attorney.

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ANoun
BNoun
ある
Basic Examples:
ある (I have book)

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