I think that "Yes, Russia's there" should also be accepted.
Reported again 22.12.17
What about 'yes, there is Russia'? Is it still correct?
yes it is still correct. This is what I put and it was correct (yes, Russia is there)
That sentence basically says "Russia exists" to me.
Two people standing in front of a map.
One, pointing at a certain area: "Yes, THERE is Russia" (instead of somewhere else.
So it should be accepted.
I put that and it was wrong.
I imagine someone telling me this from a Caucasus mountaintop in Georgia.
Why did I find this while learning "Questions" ?
overthere is Russia