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Spanish Verb Haber
Can you get 10 out of 10?
There is a new girl in my class.
1.) una chica nueva en mi clase.
There is no coffee
2.) No café.
We need to clean the garage.
3.) limpiar el garaje.
Why are there so many people here?
4.) ¿Por qué tanta gente aquí?
We must find a solution.
5.) que encontrar una solución.
The is no need to exagerate
6.) No exagerar.
How many rooms are there in this hotel?
7.) ¿Cuántas habitaciones en este hotel?
There is nothing in the fridge.
8.) nada en el frigorífico.
How many students are there in your class?
9.) ¿Cuántos alumnos en tu clase?
We must finish this before 6.
10.) terminar esto antes de las 6.

Haber = to have

Haber is used to form compound tenses.
He estudiado mucho para este examen. (I have studied a lot for this exam).

Haber has a special form, “HAY”, that is the equivalent to “there is/are” in English.
Hay muchos coches en la calle. (There are many cars in the street).

We use hay followed by “que” to express an obligation in an impersonal, general way, that is, we do not specify who mush carry out the obligation.
Hay que comprar más café. (We must buy more coffee).

To form the negative of all Spanish verbs, you simply place the word "no" in front of the verb.
Tengo = I have, No tengo = I do not have.

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