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Hay
Special Verb: There is/are

Structure


hay + noun [singular or plural]

Description


In the Spanish language, "Hay" is used to say there is or there are. Hay is also an impersonal form that comes from the third person of the verb haber in the present tense, literally meaning, it has. A tip to use Hay is that in Spanish, you use Hay whether it is followed by one item or many, unlike in English.

Examples


Hay unas cHicas.
There are some girls.
Hay un perro negro.
There is a black dog.
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Extra Reading


THE VERB FORM "HAY" from Study Spanish
Hay, Hubo from Practicing Spanish
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