How do you use hay in a sentence in spanish?
Well, it means "there is" or "there are", so you could say "Hay siete dias en la semana", which means There are seven days in the week.
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Hay means there is/ there are. In the example "Cuantas camisetas hay?" Means "How many shirts are there?"
Hace buen tiempo . (Lit.: It makes good weather = It is good weather .)
"Hay Preguntas?" meaning-- are there any questions!
No hay nadie aquÃ.
Voy a usar un libro texto para estudiar espaÃ±ol. I am going to use a textbook to study Spanish.
quiero ser abogada i want to be a lawyer
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He coined the phrase a Splendid Little War.
Ya basta con tantas preguntas. = Enough with so many questions.
How about: I write letters to my friends. In Spanish, that would be: Escribo cartas a mis amigos.
There are many different types of Spanish adverbs and how to use them and where they go in a sentence normally depends on the type of adverb being employed. Adverbs of freque…ncy (words like siempre, nunca, generalmente, etc.) usually go at the beginning of a sentence or right after the subject (if the sentence has an explicit one). Examples: Siempre tomo vino tinto. Nunca fumo. Maria generalmente llega tarde. Adverbs of manner generally go immediately following the verb and usually seperate the verb from the object. Examples: JosÃ© baila bien. Juego ferozmente el fÃºtbol. Comment adverbs (words like felizmente, desgraciadamente, afortunadamente, etc.) generally go at the beginning of the sentence. Adverbs of degree preceed the noun or adverb they modify. Examples: Hablas muy bien. Estoy ligeramente retrasado.
the horse was fed some hays.
The explosion of the USS Maine contributed to the outbreak of theSpanish-American War in April 1898.
Hay is dried grass. Here are some sentences. . We fed the cows on hay during the winter. . Go help your uncle cut the hay and bale it. . Mr. Johnson always grows one fiel…d of grass just to make hay. . I'm allergic to hay.
The Spanish King offered grants to the people whose led expeditions.