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There is in Spanish 🇪🇸

in English in Spanish S
there is hay
How to say “there is” in Spanish? “Hay”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “hay” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on there is in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

Spanish Sentences with the Word “There is”

Spanish sentence with “hay” English translation for hay S

hay más de diez.

There are more than ten.

En la tierra hay mas plantas que insectos.

In the earth there are more plants than insects.

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Normal speech: I
IPA: ai

8 months ago

Memory helper

Remember that H is typically silent in Spanish, so this actually is pronounced like EYE. Or I. Or those bug eyed lil monkeys known as aye-ayes. Or were they lemurs? Did I even spell that right? Oh, well. THERE IS HAY all over this place! Hay: there is!

a year ago

hay info.

Tips to remember the word “hay”:
– Associate “hay” with the English “there is” or “there are”. Both are used to indicate existence.
– Think of the word “hey” in English which sounds similar and imagine someone pointing out that “hey, something exists here!” as a mnemonic.
– Remember the phrase “¿Qué hay?” which means “What’s up?” or “What is there?” in English.

– “Hay” is an impersonal form of the verb “haber” in Spanish, used to express the existence of something.
– It is used regardless of whether what exists is singular or plural.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Existe” / “Existen” can be used to say something exists, more formal than “hay”.

Alternate meanings like slang:
– “Hay” doesn’t have a slang meaning, but as previously mentioned, it is used in the phrase “¿Qué hay?” which is a colloquial way to ask “What’s up?” or “What’s going on?”.

Examples of sentences:
– Hay una fiesta en la playa. (There is a party at the beach.)
– ¿Hay alguien en casa? (Is there anyone at home?)
– No hay problema. (There is no problem.)
– Hay muchas soluciones posibles. (There are many possible solutions.)
– Para el almuerzo hay arroz con pollo. (For lunch, there is chicken and rice.)

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