There Is a River on my fathers bookshelf.Before 900; Middle English aren, are, arn, Old English aron;.It is also used with an adverbial complement to indicate a relationship of location in space or time (Bill is at the office; the dance is on Saturday) (takes a present participle) forms the progressive present tensethe man is running (takes a past participle) forms.

Third-person plural simple present of be They are here somewhere.Cognate with Old Norse erun (they) are) ( Icelandic eru (they) are Swedish är (they) are Danish er (they) are Old English eart (thou) art).

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