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Old November 25, 2009, 08:05 AM
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La Palabra "Hay"

Intenté buscar en los foros, pero la palabra "hay" es demasiado corto.

Creo que la palabra significa "There is" / "There are", ¿correcto? En escuela, nos usamos por las expresiones de tiempo. Por ejemplo, "Hay mucho sol hoy."

Ahora, hay muchos tiempos quiero usarlo. Como la frase pasado. ¿Puede usarlo como ese? Ó en la frase; "Hay cuatro días sin trabajar"? Debía uso "Tengo cuatro días sin trabajar" en vez de lo?
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