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"There is, "there are", "there will be", etc.

Explicación de la forma "there" + verb "to be".

Ejemplos de las posibles estructuras "there is".

Ejemplos de frases y expresiones de "there is" (todas las combinaciones) en inglés con traducciones al castellano. En el presente, "is" se utiliza para todo que es en singular (ej. "a pen", "a problem") o no contable (ejs. "water", "ice-cream"). "are" se utiliza para los plurales (ejs. "pens", "children").
 

There is / There are (there's / there're)

Hay

There is not / There are not (there's not, there isn't / there're not, there aren't)

No hay

Is there? / Are there?

¿Hay?

Isn't there? / Aren't there?

¿No hay?

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There will be (there'll be) (singular o plural)

Habrá

There will not be (there won't be) (singular o plural)

No habrá

There is going to be (there's going to be) / there are going to be (there're going to be)

Va a haber

There is not going to be (there's not going to be, there isn't going to be) / There are not going to be (there're not going to be, there isn't going to be)

No va a haber

There was / There were

Había (hubo)

There was not (there wasn't) / There were (there weren't)

No había (no hubo)

There used to be (singular o plural)

Solía haber

There did not used to be (there didn't used to be) (singular o plural)

No solía haber

There may be / There might be / There could be (singular o plural)

Puede que haya

There may not be / There might not be (there mightn't be) (singular o plural)

Puede que no haya

There would be (singular o plural)

Habría

There wouldn't be (singular o plural)

No habría

There would have been (singular o plural)

Habría habido

There would not have been (there wouldn't have been) (singular o plural)

No habría habido

There have been (plural)

Ha habido

There have not been (there haven't been) (plural)

No ha habido

There has been (singular)

Ha habido

There has not been (there hasn't been) (singular)

No ha habido

There should be (singular or plural)

Debe haber (debería haber)

There should not be (there shouldn't be) (singular or plural)

No debe haber (no debería haber)

There should have been (there should've been) (singular o plural)

Debería haber habido

There should not have been (there shouldn't have been) (singular o plural)      top arrow
 

No debería haber habido.
 

Hablando de cuántas personas hay en un grupo.

Utilizamos "there are" para expresar la cantidad de personas que hay en un grupo:
 

There are five of us (y no, we are five).

Somos cinco.

There are three of you (y no, you are three).

Ustedes son tres..

There were a lot of us.

Eramos muchos.

There isn't anybody there.

No hay nadie / no está nadie.

Is there anybody at home? / Is anybody at home?      top arrow
 

¿Hay alguien en casa? / ¿Alguien está en casa?
 

"There is / are" con "some", "any".

Cuando hablamos de cantidades indefinidas, solemos utilizar "some" y "any" delante de los sustantivos plurales o incontables:
 

There are some pens on the table.

Hay bolígrafos en la mesa.

Are there any people in your class?

¿Hay gente en tiu clase?

There aren't any fish in that river.

No hay peces en ese río.

There's some money on the table

Hay dinero en la mesa.

Is there any milk?

¿Hay leche?

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