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Hi!

Please tell me which is the correct form :

Should we say :

1) "Check if there are chalk there" or "check if there is chalk there"?

2) "This side has a nice view" or "this side have a nice view"?

3) "The group brings games" or "the group bring games"

4) My family is or my family are" ?

5) In the sentence: "She always came over on short notice", the idea is: "she always goes to someone's house without advising previously" ?

I appreciate your help,

Carola
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Hello, Mr. Hancu!

First of all thanks for your attention. Well,what I need to know concerning to my doubts is:

Is it wrong if I say:

1) "There are chalk over there" (because I suppose there is no plural form for the word chalk) ?;

2) "... this side has a nice view" ;

3) "...This group brings funny games";

4) "My family is great" ;

And finally I would like to know if the meaning of "on short notice" in the sentence below means: "Without advising previously":

"She always came over on short notice" = She always went to someone's house without advising previously.

I appreciate if you could reply me as soon as possible, because I have an exercise to hand on this Friday (March 09)

Thanks,

Carola