# grammar usage:ｘもｙもｚもあります vs ｘとｙとｚはあります

I read the first sentence in a graded reader, and I'm wondering why the author chose the first grammar pattern over the second.

What is the difference in meaning between these two phrases, or, if the meaning is relatively similar, why would you choose to use one over the other?

• 絵本とピアノとテレビはあります。 <-- You'd use が as in 「絵本とピアノとテレビあります。」 to mean "There are ~~~" in normal situations... – Chocolate Jun 12 '18 at 15:17