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01 Hay (there is / there are)

Hola. In this video lesson we’re going over the verb phrase: Hay, in Spanish. Hay means ‘there is’ or ‘there are.’

Vocabulario:

  • hay – there is, there are
  • no hay – there is not, there are not
  • no hay ninguno/ninguna – there is not (even) one
  • anaranjado – orange
  • barato – cheap
  • ¿cuántos? / ¿Cuántas? – How many?
  • gris – gray, grey
  • la bandera – the flag
  • la calculadora – the calculator
  • la cámara – the camera
  • la camisa – the shirt
  • la carpeta – the folder
  • la casa – the house
  • la escuela – the school
  • la gente – the people
  • la hamburguesa – the hamburger
  • la manzana – the apple
  • la mesa – the table
  • la mochila – the bookbag
  • la regla – the ruler
  • la sandía – the watermelon
  • la tienda – the store
  • la zanahoria – the carrot
  • los estudiantes – the students
  • los zapatos – the shoes
  • el baño – the bathroom
  • el bolígrafo – the pen
  • el concierto – the concert
  • el cuaderno – the notebook
  • el diccionario – the dictionary
  • el gato – the cat
  • el lápiz / los lápices – the pencil / the pencils
  • el perro – the dog
  • el refresco – the soft drink/soda
  • el tomate – the tomato
  • en – in, on
  • rojo – red
  • una hoja de papel – a piece of paper
  • un libro – a book

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5 Responses

  1. Dear Sr. Jordan,
    A couple of lessons ago, you began speaking in Spanish instead of English as you transition from one visual to another. I don’t understand any of what you are saying, and I can’t look it up because there’s no print on the screen to help with the spelling. I would greatly like to understand everything you say, and not just some or most of it. It would help if you had the transitions written out in small print on the screen so that we could learn the little things you are saying, as well as the main lesson which is always so clear!
    Sincerely,
    Marian
    Student who studies your lessons daily

  2. Marian y andro, but you became interested to find out and looked for it, and probably can remember it better now than if you were just told about it in an annotation.

    I like that style

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