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There is a meeting tomorrow, isn't it?
or
There is a meeting tomorrow, isn't there?

I think both of these phrases are correct, though I think the former is more correct. Any comments you may have?
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Only this one is correct: There is a meeting tomorrow, isn't there?
They are not both correct.

CJ
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Why is isn't there correct and isn't it incorrect

anonymous

Why is "isn't there" correct and "isn't it" incorrect?

Please note (above) how to ask your question.


To form a question, invert subject (there) and verb (is), thus, is there?

To form a tag question, negate the question, thus, isn't there?

there is the subject for purposes of subject-verb inversion.
The first noun after there is, there are, etc., is the subject for purposes of subject-verb agreement.

CJ

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