Thanks for the replying/thanks for your reply. I am afraid "replay" would be playing again a section of some recording, or the recalling something (replaying in one´s mind, for example).
I am not fond of the form "there to be", I would favour the form "there be" (there are/there is - in the basic present form).
With the key words grammar "THERE BE" -let be
lots of hits on search engines like Google.
I found one that came up with this "grammar: there has been/there has been" (so the particle "to" would make a whale of a difference here...)
And the following site comes up with "there be exercises"http://www.ats.edu.mx/ifs/salc/?tag=there-be-exercises
Of course, it´s my writing style (as I said I am not fond of that way, but I am not going to sue anybody that uses the other one.)