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there

  1. [ðɛǝ(r)]

    ADV

    1. (place) (=there near you) ahí; (less precisely) allí; (further away) allá

    2. (as addition to phrase)

    3. (=in existence, available)

    4. (=on that point) en eso

    5. (=at that point)

    6. (emphasizing, pointing out)

  2. PRON

  3. [ðɛǝ(r)]

    EXCL

    THERE IS, THERE ARE

    ► Unlike there is/are {etc}, hay, hubo, había, ha habido {etc} do not change to reflect number:

    There were two kidnappings and a murder Hubo dos secuestros y un asesinato

    Will there be many students at the party? ¿Habrá muchos estudiantes en la fiesta?

    ► To translate there must be, there may be {etc}, you can use tiene que haber, debe (de) haber, puede haber {etc} although other constructions will also be possible:

    There may be a strike Puede haber or Puede que haya huelga

    There must be all sorts of things we could do Tiene que haber muchas cosas que podamos hacer

    ► If there is/there are is followed by the, you should normally not use hay {etc}. Use estar instead:

    And then there are the neighbours to consider Están también los vecinos, a los que hay que tener en cuenta

    There is also the question of the money transfer Está también la cuestión de la transferencia del dinero

    Hay {etc} should only be used to talk about existence and occurrence. Don't use it to talk about location. Use estar instead to say where things are:

    After the shop there's the bus station Después de la tienda está la estación de autobuses

    ► Don't use hay {etc} to translate phrases like there are four of us, there will be six of them. Instead, use ser in the relevant person:

    There are four of us Somos cuatro

    There will be six of them Serán seis

    ► Remember to use que in the construction hay algo que hacer (there is sth to do):

    There is a lot to do Hay mucho que hacer

    What is there to do? ¿Qué hay que hacer?

    For further uses and examples, see there

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