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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (in questions)
a. where is (with singular or uncountable nouns)
Tengo que coser un botón. ¿Dónde hay aguja e hilo?I need to sew a button on. Where is the needle and thread?
b. where are (with plural nouns)
¿Dónde hay pinzas de la ropa? - En el lavadero.Where are the clothespins? - In the laundry room.
c. where is there (with singular or uncountable nouns)
¿Dónde hay más violencia que en este barrio? En ninguna otra parte de la ciudad hay tantos robos.Where is there more violence than in this neigborhood? Nowhere else in the city are there so many robberies.
d. where are there (with plural nouns)
En este cajón no hay suficientes tenedores. ¿Dónde hay más?There aren't enough forks in this drawer. Where are there more?
2. (in statements)
a. where ... is (with singular or uncountable nouns)
Me pregunto dónde hay pegamento. ¿Quizá dentro de esa caja que hay encima de la mesa?I wonder where the glue is. Maybe inside that box on the desk?
b. where ... are (with plural nouns)
No sé dónde hay velas. Tendrás que preguntarle a mamá.I don't know where the candles are. You'll have to ask mom.
c. where there is (with singular or uncountable nouns)
Si sabes dónde hay un restaurante por aquí cerca, podríamos comer algo porque tengo mucha hambre.If you know where there is a restaurant around here, we could have something to eat because I'm starving.
d. where there are (with plural nouns)
No tengo ni idea de dónde hay servilletas. Quizá no tenemos.I have no idea where there are napkins. Maybe we don't have any.
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