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A pair of shoes is / are near the flower pot.
The shoes are near the flower pot.
The shoes are put beside the flower pot. (isn't correct?)
Every day, the shoes are put beside the flower pot -- this is not a very likely sentence.
The last I noticed, the shoes had been put besides the flower pot. Are they no longer there?
She put the shoes beside the flower pot.
(i) There is a pair of shoes beside the flower pot.
(ii) The pair of shoes is next to the flower pot.
(iii) There is / are a pair of shoes near the flower pot.
(iv) These are shoes and flower pot.
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