It means A singular Subject takes a singular Verb
Ahmed _ a singular subject eats _ a singular verb apples everyday Add S to the Verb
The boys ___ a Plural Subject eat ___ a Plural Verb apples everyday Delete S from the Verb
There is a man on the roof. There are seven days in a week. There is a book on the table. There are some big trees in the garden.
Edit 1. There is a few restaurants. 2. There are a big park. 3. The road are usually quiet. 4. There is 11 player in a football team. 5. My sons likes sports. 6. My parents sleeps early. 7. Amira play piano very well. 8. A cat have 4 legs. 9. A horse have a big tail.
10.There are nothing on TV tonight. 11. There is some accidents on this road. 12. Is there any banks near here? 13. Is there any phone messages for me this morning? 14. There are nothing to eat. 15. Are there a train at 8:00 am.
There has / There have He / she / it __ has I / we/ you / they __ have Has __ a singular Verb Have __ a plural Verb
Edit 1.There have been an accident. 2.There has been many accidents. 3. There has been many schools here. 4. There have been a big mall in this area.