I would be most grateful for some help,
I understand that it and there are both used as dummy subjects.
After doing some research , I read that we use there when the subject follows the verb, and It is used when this is not the case.
A student I volunteer with wrote this sentence:
1. It is no doubt that money influences our lives.
As a native speaker, i suggested using :
2.There is no doubt that money influences our lives.
In sentence 2 there must be a subject following there, but what is it?
Also is it always true that you can't use IT when a subject doesn't follow the sentence verb?
Many thanks to you as always.