How 'bout Are here any vegetarians? or Are here vegetarians? I'm not a native speaker, but saying Are there vegetarians here sound like a nonsense to me
I would say that "Are there (any) vegetarians" is the correct expression. Afaik you cannot leave out "there".
That's wrong sentence structure.
The correct one is "Are there ... here?"
Coukd this question be translated: Are the vegetarians here?' meaning expected guests?
No, that would be simple "Вегетаріанці тут?"
E.g. В Україні є коти? = Are there cats in Ukraine?
Thank you, Sagitta145!
Is тут є always used as a question? "Are there x here?" Or can it also be a statement "There are x here."
It can also be a statement.