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comment Is “anyone” 人はいます or 誰でも?
The difference between は and が is a huge mess that easily deserves it's own topic! When to use which can be a huge hurdle for foreigners to learn and I will admit that I still screw this up sometimes. For the sake of understanding this sentence you are okay to look at them as meaning the same thing, but in a sentence including both you would have to have a better understanding. Also, Yadokari is right - it's vital to know that います can only be used for living animals/creatures/humans. So the only of the example sentences at the bottom that is actually correct would be "there is a cat."
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