Category: Pronouns and determiners

It or there?

Put a suitable word: it or there.

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Please use short forms e.g. haven't instead of have not in negative statements and use long forms in positive statements e.g. I am instead of I'm.

1. The pub owner has changed and is no longer necessary to be over 18 to get in.2. is no point in buying a notebook if you already have one.3. is no secret that she loves you.4. is no chance of arriving before midnight at this rate.5. used to be a shop here.6. must have been you who told her about my affair.7. You've stolen a car so is no choice but to arrest you.8. is pointless to buy another car.9. I'm sure they'll come soon so is no good worrying.10. is no denying that the concert will be great.11. is no hope of earning more money in this city.12. She is a great artist so is no surprise she sold all her paintings.13. is no use making excuses now. You should have done it yesterday.14. They will be safe so is no reason to worry.15. is a waste of time sitting here, let's go somewhere else.