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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. it's stormy
¿Hace buen tiempo? - ¡No! Hay tormenta.Is the weather good? - No! It's stormy.
b. there's a storm
Creo que hay tormenta. ¿No fue eso un trueno?I think there's a storm. Wasn't that a clap of thunder?
c. there will be a storm
En el telediario dijeron que mañana hay tormenta, así que tendremos que olvidarnos de la playa.They said in the news that there will be a storm tomorrow, so we'll have to forget about going to the beach.
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