Practice with HAY – Negative sentences – 6 (01270)

In this unit you are going to put together negative sentences in Spanish using the verb HAY. All the sentences will be in plural and you will also be using adjectives. Always pronounce aloud.

Now you can practice more with the verb HAY, or with adjectives, or study the verb SER (to be) in Spanish.

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Practice with HAY – Negative sentences – 5 (01260)

For this unit you need to be familiar with the Spanish verb HAY in affirmative and negative sentences. You will be putting together negative sentences using the verb HAY. Also, you will have to use adjectives in most of the examples. Don’t forget to pronounce aloud.

Now you can practice more with HAY, with adjectives, or study the verb SER (to be) in Spanish.

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Practice with HAY – Negative sentences – 4 (01250)

In this unit you are going to continue building negative sentences using the Spanish verb HAY. Also, you will find adjectives in most of the sentences. Remember that in Spanish the adjective comes after the name. Make a constant effort to put the sentences together and pronounce them aloud.

Now you can practice more with HAY, or with adjectives, or study the verb SER (to be) in Spanish.

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Practice with HAY – Negative sentences – 2 (01190)

This is another unit to practice with the Spanish verb HAY in negative sentences. You will also have to use adjectives properly. You need to put together all the components of the sentence and then pronounce aloud.


Now you can practice more with HAY or with adjectives, or study the verb SER (to be).

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Practice with HAY – Negative sentences – 1 (01180)

In this exercise you will start practicing with the Spanish verb HAY in negative sentences. Always pronounce aloud.

Now you can practice more with the verb HAY, or with adjectives, or study the verb SER (to be).

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Spanish verb HAY – Negative sentences (01170)

In this unit you are going to learn how to build negative sentences using the verb HAY. In English you will say THERE ISN’T and THERE AREN’T. In Spanish you just need to add NO in front of the verb: NO HAY. Remember that you need to make the constant effort of speaking aloud.

Now you should practice with HAY in negative sentences, practice more with adjectives, or study the verb SER (to be) in Spanish.

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