había muchas personas

había muchas personas
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (in statements)
a. there were a lot of people
Había muchas personas en la apertura del restaurante de Esteban anoche.There were a lot of people at the opening of Esteban's restaurant last night.
b. there were many people
Había muchas personas que trataron de convencerme de no estudiar danza, pero no les hice caso.There were many people who tried to convince me not to study dance, but I didn't listen to them.
2. (in questions)
a. were there a lot of people
¿Había muchas personas en la protesta? - La verdad es que no. Creo que mucha gente no asistió porque llovió.Were there a lot of people at the protest? - Not really. I think a lot of people didn't attend because it rained.
b. were there many people
¿Había muchas personas en la fiesta? - ¡Sí! Estaba llenísimo el lugar.Were there many people at the party? - Yes! It was packed.
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