Capítulo_5_Gramática_8_-_Hay_que

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Unformatted text preview: Hay que + infinitivo It is necessary to . . . I should . . . One must . . . We ought . . . So far, you have learned to use the forms of deber, tener, and necesitar to express what someone should do, has to do, or needs to do. Debes preparar la presentacin para tu clase de derecho. Ellos tienen que contestar muchas preguntas en los exmenes orales. Necesitamos esperar mucho tiempo para el mdico? Hay + que + infinitive is invariable. We start with hay . . . add the little word que . . . and then add any infinitive. Hay estudiar escribir que hablar escuchar leer comer aprender decidir para el examen de Ha espaol. y I have to/must/should/ought to study Use hay, add que, and then always add an infinitive, not a conjugated verb. for the Spanish exam. The phrase hay + que + infinitive is another way to indicate responsibility, obligation or the importance of something. Para ser un pintor excelente... hay que pintar mucho y hay que ser muy creativo. In order to be an excellent painter, one must paint much and one must be very creative. Ejemplos de hay que + infinitivo Hay que leer ms si quieren tener xito en la clase de literatura. Marisol, hay que estudiar mucho para sacar buenas notas. To Rafael, hay que comprar una motocicleta nueva porque la suya es muy vieja. Hay + que + infinitive Don't forget que or the infinitive! I have to clean (up) the yard. Hay que arreglar el jardn. Do you have to vote? Hay que votar? We have to finish the project. Hay que terminar el proyecto. Hay + que + infinitive Qu hay que hacer este fin de semana? ensayar? leer? trabajar? grabar? escribir un ensayo? dar un concierto? sacudir los muebles? hacer una gira? FIN ...
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This note was uploaded on 11/20/2008 for the course SPA 201 taught by Professor All during the Summer '08 term at Lake City CC.

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