There’s nothing + (subject) + can + (verb)

‘There’s’ is a contraction of the words ‘there is.’ When using the word ‘nothing’ you are suggesting that something cannot happen or be done.

Here are some examples:

“There’s nothing you can harm.”
“There’s nothing the police can identify.”
“There’s nothing we can agree on.”
“There’s nothing we can join.”
“There’s nothing she can cook.”
“There’s nothing my dog can learn.”

By using the word ‘can’ or ‘can’t’ you change the expression to mean that all is possible.

Here are some examples:

“There is nothing I cannot ask for.”
“There’s nothing we cannot accomplish.”
“There’s nothing our dog cannot open.”
“There’s nothing that truck cannot move.”

Rumor has it that + (subject + verb)

‘Rumor has it’ is an expression used when suggesting you might have heard something or read about something that is taking place now or in the future. A rumor is not a fact.

Here are some examples:

“Rumor has it that that player will get traded.”
“Rumor has it that she cheated on him.”
“Rumor has it that they are going to get married.”
“Rumor has it that you like to paint.”
“Rumor has it that show is going to end.”
“Rumor has it that he is going to get a raise.”
“Rumor has it that your sister got in trouble.”
“Rumor has it that she goes to our gym.”
“Rumor has it that he will not return.”
“Rumor has it that it happened while texting.”