qué hay alrededor de la plaza

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qué hay alrededor de la plaza(
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1. (in questions)
a. what is there around the plaza
Tú que conoces la ciudad, ¿qué hay alrededor de la plaza, Jaime?Since you know the city, what is there around the plaza, Jaime?
b. what's around the plaza
¿Qué hay alrededor de la plaza, señor? Queremos ir a comer algo.What's around the plaza, sir? We want to get something to eat.
2. (in statements)
a. what there is around the plaza
Ya preguntamos qué hay alrededor de la plaza y nos recomendaron un bar para salir esta noche.We've already asked what there is around the plaza, and they recommended us a bar to hang out tonight.
b. what's around the plaza
No sé qué hay alrededor de la plaza. ¿Por qué no vamos a caminar para averiguarlo?I'm not sure what's around the plaza. Why don't we go for a walk to find out?
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