DÍA 8 – Spanish Fluency Challenge 💬

 

¡Hola! Today you are going to learn one of the most common verbs in Spanish, the verb HABER. You will learn and practice with one of its uses.

Impersonal use of haber

The verb haber can be used to show the existence of people or things. If you tried to translate this from English it would be something similar to “there is” or “there are”.

Hay mucho polvo en la casa.
There is a lot of dust in the house.

⚠️ It is important to note that when the verb haber is used in this way, it must always be written in the 3rd person singular because there is no subject in the sentence and the verb should never agree in number with the noun.


STEP 1. Revise the vocab related to el barrio.

Go to Quizlet flashcards

STEP 2. Answer the question using HAY: ¿Qué hay en tu barrio?

USEFUL VOCAB

En mi barrio hay (muchas-muchos / pocas-pocos…) / In my neighborhood there are (many / few…)

En mi barrio NO hay… / In my neighborhood there is NO…

En mi barrio hay de todo / In my neighborhood there is everything. 

tiendas

shops

zonas verdes

green areas

supermercados

supermarkets

bares

cafeterías

bars/cafes

restaurantes

restaurants 

zonas de fiesta

party zones

cines

cinema

bancos

banks

casas 

houses

edificios

buildings

coches

cars

una escuela

a school


¿Qué hay en tu barrio? ¿Y qué no hay?

Let me know in the comments below! Can’t wait to hear from you! 😊

 

Un abrazo,

Raquel

CEO of The Spanish Tribe

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