There are lots of reasons why the road shouldn't be built
Answer : Lots of reasons = the subject ✔️
There is the subject ❌ ❌ ❌
There or here is never the ( subject ) many books confirm this idea
Sorry for my question
If million people say there = the subject, I will not be satisfied, because of one reason : If (there) is the subject, so why the verb follows must agree with the noun comes after there ?
Perhaps many say that there = dummy pronoun or empty subject . OK still the real subject which agrees with its verb, is the noun that comes after there or here.
In many instances the word ( there ) is adverb refers to a place.
The book there is mine. = adverb refers to a place
There is a little coffee left for you. = available ( i.e. found )
Even in our speech in Arabic we mean the same.
I know there are many faults with English language because many things with its grammar are still debatable.
Because I love the English language, I really came to here to discuss this matter of grammar with native speakers only especially the ( US ).
Thank you all
With my regards
Attachment Here is it the rule from two books of grammar.
It is also here from Cambridge (( 2 minutes ago )) I found There’s a woman waiting outside who wants to talk to you. (The real subject is the woman – she is waiting outside.).