Common English – There & It II

Common English – There & It II
There sometimes means in, at or to a place.
For example:
“I walked by the new café on Front St. yesterday, there were a lot of people there.” = at the café.
“The coffee is really good, I went there yesterday.” = to the café.
“Mike said that he saw you there at lunch time.” = in the café.
Have you ever been to England? I’ve never been there

Do you like Starbucks? I go there sometimes.

“Even this cat loves this cafe! He goes there every morning.”

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