How do you use there and here in a sentence?
in or to various places; first this place and then that.
1 The road runs between here and there.
2 A text is often changed here and there when it is copied.
3 Here and there the rusted hulk of an abandoned car dots the landscape..
What is here and there in grammar?
Here and there are common adverbs of place. They give a location relative to the speaker. With verbs of movement, here means “towards or with the speaker” and there means “away from, or not with the speaker”.
Are Here and there nouns?
The construction Here/There is/are Noun Phrase allows the adverb to be fronted, with the subject Noun Phrase moved to the end, as the new information. It’s said either referring to a physical place (pointing is appropriate), or metaphorically to refer to things that are being said in the conversation.
Can you use two that’s in a sentence?
Yes. It is grammatically correct because that will have two different functions in the sentence, as a conjunction and a pronoun. While the construction is correct and seemingly unavoidable, I am always concerned about the awkwardness and that the meaning will be lost because of the repetition.
How do you use thats?
“Thats” is incorrect, because “That’s” is the contraction of: That Is = That’s. A lof of people use “thats” because they’re lazy, but it is not grammatically correct.
What is the difference between that’s and that is?
The difference between thats and that’s is simply that thats is a wrong spelling of that’s, which is the contracted form of that is. In the English language, there is no word thats. It’s as simple as that.