Which one grammtically is right ?
-There are tons of shops established in here .
-There are tons of shops those are established in here .
- RichardLv 61 month ago
Neither is correct. Say or write "There are scores of stores here."
- CogitoLv 71 month ago
Using the word 'tons' to indicate a large number is slang and not really appropriate when you're talking about shops.
There is no need to use 'established' at all.
You could say - There are tons of shops here.
This is better - There are hundreds (or dozens) of shops here.Your second example is totally incorrect.
- boy boyLv 71 month ago
neither ..whilst you can use the word .tons ..to mean a lot ..try ...there are tons of established shops here
- StephenWeinsteinLv 71 month ago
Neither is right. A "ton" is only about 2000 pounds or 1000 kg. Even one shop is more than a ton.
Ignoring that, the first one is closer to being right.
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- CharlesLv 51 month ago
The second one is terrible. The first one is not good but it's grammatically correct. I would just say "here" instead of "in here."
- DanielLv 71 month ago
What does this have to do with Orlando travel?
You would get better answers if you moved it to the appropriate section in Education & Reference.
The 2nd one is definitely not correct. Depending on the context, the first could be right but would probably be better without 'in.'
- Anonymous1 month ago
There are many shops established here .
"Tons" is a figure of speech that is commonly used(in UK), but is not acceptable in correct grammar. It is actually a measure of weight.