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"Está aquí" is a phrase which is often translated as "he's here", and "ha llegado" is a phrase which is often translated as "he's arrived". Learn more about the difference between "está aquí" and "ha llegado" below.
está aquí(
ehs
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tah
 
ah
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kee
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (third person singular)
a. he's here (masculine)
¿Ha llegado ya Carlos? - Sí, está aquí, ¿quieres hablar con él?Has Carlos arrived yet? - Yes, he's here. Do you want to speak with him?
b. she's here (feminine)
¡Mafalda! - ¡Está aquí, en el jardín!Mafalda! - She's here, in the garden!
c. it's here
¿Has visto mi libro electrónico? - ¡Está aquí, en el dormitorio! ¿Te lo llevo?Have you seen my ebook? - It's here, in the bedroom! Shall I bring it to you?
d. is here
Rosa está aquí. Ha venido a pasar unos días con nosotros.Rosa is here. She's come to spend a few days with us.
2.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(formal)
(second person singular)
a. you're here
¡Ah, está todavía aquí! Pensé que se había ido.Ah, you're still here! I thought you'd left.
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ha llegado(
ah
 
yeh
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gah
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doh
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (has reached a place; third person singular)
a. he's arrived
¡Ha llegado! Escóndanse para sorprenderlo cuando entre.He's arrived! Hide so we can surprise him when he comes in.
b. he's here
Por fin ha llegado. Lo extrañé demasiado.He's finally here. I missed him so much.
c. she's arrived
Ha llegado. ¿Puedes bajar a abrirle?She's arrived. Can you go down and get the door?
d. she's here
Ha llegado y estamos muy felices por ello.She's here and we're really happy about it.
e. it has arrived
¿Qué pasó con la película que pediste? - Por fin ha llegado. ¿Quieres verla esta noche?What happened to the movie you ordered? - It has finally arrived. Do you want to watch it tonight?
f. it's here
¿Y el paquete? - ¡Por fin ha llegado! Lo dejé sobre tu escritorio.Where's the package? - It's finally here. I left it on your desk.
g. has arrived
Paola ha llegado tarde todos los días de esta semana.Paola has arrived late every day this week.
h. is here
La primavera ha llegado, y con ella días más cálidos y muchas flores.Spring is here, and with it, warmer days and lots of flowers.
2.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(formal)
(have reached a place; second person singular)
a. you've arrived
No se preocupe. Ha llegado justo a tiempo para la junta.Don't worry. You've arrived just in time for the meeting.
b. you're here
Por fin ha llegado, Sra. Herbert.You're finally here, Mrs. Herbert.
3. (has gotten to a point; third person singular)
a. has reached
La pobreza ha llegado a su nivel más alto en la historia de este país.Poverty has reached its highest level in the history of this country.
b. has come
Ha llegado la hora de decirnos adiós, hijo.The time has come to say goodbye, son.
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