In Hilary Duff's song, "I Am", we can hear "there's so many things I am". Is this phrase grammaticaly correct??
- Anonymous5 months agoBest Answer
No, it is grammatically incorrect. Song lyrics often are grammatically incorrect. It was likely done to make the words fit by saving a syllable in the lyrics. "There are" has more syllables than "there is" and wouldn't fit with the music.
- 5 months ago
Something that's of utmost importance, can affect other things.
The student is going to appear in a crucial examination this year.
- RPLv 75 months ago
Actually, no. It should be there ARE so many things I am because things ARE, not am.