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Could you help me with this construction used with SOME

Are these sentences ok?

1) There is SOME pen on the table.
2) There is not SOME pen on the table.
3) Is there SOME pen on the table?

Plus another question.

Is it og to use countable after THERE IS NO

There is no pen on the table.

The problem is that some people say that THERE IS NO should be used only with uncountable, however, sometimes I can see the opposite. What do you think?
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Are these sentences ok?-- No, they are all odd and unusual, only used (if at all) when the identity of the pen is unknown:

1) Q: Is my pen on the table? A: Well, there is SOME pen on the table.
2) A: Oops! There is not SOME pen on the table-- someone must have taken it.

3) Q; I can't find my pen or yours, either. Is there SOME pen on the table?

Is it OK to use countable after THERE IS NO? -- Yes, though the plural, I think, is more usual:

There is no pen on the table /There are no pens on the table.
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Thank you Micawber!

As for your remark
Mister MicawberAre these sentences ok?-- No, they are all odd and unusual,
A language reflects life, so if a life gets odd and unusaul then why shouldn't a langauge reflect it? )))))))))


A language reflects life, so if a life gets odd and unusaul then why shouldn't a langauge reflect it?

You are confusing syntax with semantics.

Well, what about a semantics of syntax?
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