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An existential clause is a clause that refers to the existence or presence of something. Examples in English include the sentences "There is a God" and "There are boys in the yard". The use of such clauses can be considered analogous to existential quantification in predicate logic (often expressed with the phrase "There exist(s)..."). Different languages have different ways of forming and using existential clauses. For details about English, see English grammar: There as pronoun.

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  • An existential clause is a clause that refers to the existence or presence of something. Examples in English include the sentences "There is a God" and "There are boys in the yard". The use of such clauses can be considered analogous to existential quantification in predicate logic (often expressed with the phrase "There exist(s)..."). Different languages have different ways of forming and using existential clauses. For details about English, see English grammar: There as pronoun.
  • Zdanie egzystencjalne – zdanie, w którym informuje się o istnieniu danej rzeczy, osoby bądź zjawiska w pewnych okolicznościach. W różnych językach przyjmuje różne struktury; może być wprowadzane specjalną konstrukcją, jak np. w języku angielskim, bądź też przypadkiem jak w języku fińskim.
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  • An existential clause is a clause that refers to the existence or presence of something. Examples in English include the sentences "There is a God" and "There are boys in the yard". The use of such clauses can be considered analogous to existential quantification in predicate logic (often expressed with the phrase "There exist(s)..."). Different languages have different ways of forming and using existential clauses. For details about English, see English grammar: There as pronoun.
  • Zdanie egzystencjalne – zdanie, w którym informuje się o istnieniu danej rzeczy, osoby bądź zjawiska w pewnych okolicznościach. W różnych językach przyjmuje różne struktury; może być wprowadzane specjalną konstrukcją, jak np. w języku angielskim, bądź też przypadkiem jak w języku fińskim.
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