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Significa 'haber' (de existir). There + be se utiliza para hablar acerca de la existencia de algo, por lo tanto, ubicamos el sujeto real después del verbo.

There is - hay (singular)
There are - hay (plural)
There was - hubo, había (singular)
There were - hubo, había (plural)

There has been - ha habido (singular)
There have been - ha habido (plural)
There had been - había habido

There will be - habrá
There will have been - habrá habido
There would be - habría
There would have been - habría habido

There can be - Puede haber
There could be - podría / pudo haber
There may be - Puede haber
There might be - podría haber

There should be - debería haber
There must be - debe haber

There could have been - podría/pudo haber habido
There might have been - podría haber habido
There should have been - debería haber habido
There must have been - debe haber habido

There has to be - tiene que haber (singular)
There have to be - tiene que haber (plural)
There had to be - tuvo/tenía que haber (plural)

There has to have been - tiene que haber habido (singular)
There have to have been - tiene que haber habido (plural)
There had to have been - tuvo/tenía que haber habido

There is going to be - va a haber (singular)
There are going to be - va a haber (plural)
There was going to be - Iba a haber (singular)
There were going to be - Iba a haber (plural)

There is (singular) - hay
There are (plural) - hay
There was (singular) - hubo, había
There were (plural) - hubo, había
  • There is a lighthouse on the beach.
    Hay un faro en la playa.
  • There is a store round the corner.
    Hay una tienda a la vuelta de la esquina.
  • There are two houses near the station.
    Hay dos casas cerca de la estación.
  • There are three schools in this town.
    Hay tres escuelas en esta ciudad.
  • There was a party last night.
    Hubo una fiesta anoche.
  • There was a kitten in the basket.
    Había un gatito en la canasta.
  • There were many people at the concert.
    Había mucha gente en el recital.
  • There were many accidents last night.
    Hubo muchos accidentes anoche.
There has been (singular) - ha habido
There have been (plural) - ha habido
There had been - había habido
  • There has been a hurricane.
    Ha habido un huracán.
  • There has been a burglary.
    Ha habido un robo en la casa.
  • There have been two calls.
    Ha habido dos llamados.
  • There have been some problems lately.
    Ha habido algunos problemas últimamente.
  • There had been many robberies in this neighborhood.
    Había habido muchos robos en este barrio.
  • There had been lack of communication between Sam and Linda.
    Había habido falta de comunicación entre Sam y Linda.
There will be - habrá
There will have been - habrá habido
There would be - habría
There would have been - habría habido
  • There will be a party tonight.
    Habrá una fiesta esta noche.
  • There will be five guests to dinner tomorrow.
    Habrá cinco invitados a cenar mañana.
  • There will have been much money in the safe.
    Habrá habido mucho dinero en la caja fuerte.
  • There will have been a letter from Anne in the mail.
    Habrá habido una carta de Anne en el correo.
  • There would be a live orchestra at the wedding.
    Habría una orsta en vivo en el casamiento.
  • There would be some news from the summit meeting.
    Habría noticias de la reunión cumbre.
  • There would have been many musicians playing Carmen.
    Habría habido muchos músicos interpretando Carmen.
  • There would have been many people at the zoo.
    Habría habido mucha gente en el zoológico.
There can be - Puede haber
There could be - podría / pudo haber
There may be - Puede haber
There might be - podría haber
  • There can be a fire.
    Puede haber un incendio.
  • There can be an earthquake in San Francisco.
    Puede haber un terremoto en San Francisco.
  • There could be many injured people.
    Pudo haber muchos heridos.
  • There could be no answer from Helen.
    Podría no haber respuesta de Helen.
  • There may be a storm.
    Puede haber una tormenta.
  • There may be a flood in this area.
    Puede haber una inundación en esta zona.
  • There might be blackouts tonight.
    Podría haber apagones esta noche.
  • There might be a food shortage next week.
    Podría haber una escasez de alimentos la semana próxima.
There should be - debería haber
There must be - debe haber
  • There should be a warning.
    Debería haber una advertencia.
  • There should be someone watching that child.
    Debería haber alguien vigilando a ese niño.
  • There must be a way out.
    Debe haber una salida.
  • There must be a mistake.
    Debe haber un error.
There could have been - podría/pudo haber habido
There might have been - podría haber habido
There should have been - debería haber habido
There must have been - debe haber habido
  • There could have been a mistake.
    Podría haber habido un error.
  • There could have been a failure in the airplane.
    Pudo haber habido una avería en el avión.
  • There might have been an explosion.
    Podría haber habido una explosión.
  • There might have been a car crash.
    Podría haber habido un choque.
  • There should have been warnings.
    Debería haber habido advertencias.
  • There should have been a report from the chairman.
    Debería haber habido un informe del presidente.
  • There must have been an error.
    Debe haber habido un error.
  • There must have been a theft.
    Debe haber habido un hurto.
There has to be - Tiene que haber (singular)
There have to be - Tiene que haber (plural)
There had to be - tuvo / tenía haber
  • There has to be a solution.
    Tiene que haber una solución.
  • There has to be some news from Jack.
    Tiene que haber noticias de Jack.
  • There have to be several solutions.
    Tiene que haber varias soluciones.
  • There have to be many good ideas.
    Tiene que haber muchas ideas buenas.
  • There had to be a cause.
    Tuvo que haber una causa.
  • There had to be a reason.
    Tenía que haber una razón.
There has to have been - tiene que haber habido (singular)
There have to have been - tiene que haber habido (plural)
There had to have been - tuvo/tenía que haber habido
  • There has to have been a reason.
    Tiene que haber habido una razón.
  • There has to have been a doubt.
    Tiene que haber habido una duda.
  • There have to have been many reasons.
    Tiene que haber habido muchas razones.
  • There have to have been many questions.
    Tiene que haber habido muchas preguntas.
  • There had to have been a purpose.
    Tuvo que haber habido un propósito.
  • There had to have been an ulterior motive.
    Tenía que haber habido un motivo oculto.
There is going to be - va a haber (singular)
There are going to be - va a haber (plural)
There was going to be - Iba a haber (singular)
There were going to be - Iba a haber (plural)
  • There is going to be a celebration.
    Va a haber una celebración.
  • There is going to be a tango show next weekend.
    Va a haber un espectáculo de tango el fin de semana viene.
  • There are going to be many guest speakers at the conference.
    Va a haber muchos oradores invitados en la conferencia.
  • There are going to be many workers at the construction site.
    Va a haber muchos trabajadores en la obra en construcción.
  • There was going to be a party yesterday.
    Iba a haber una fiesta ayer.
  • There was going to be an exhibition last week.
    Iba a haber una exposición la semana pasada.
  • There were going to be a host and a hostess at the cocktail.
    Iba a haber un anfitrión y una anfitriona en el cóctel.
  • There were going to be many booths at the trade show.
    Iba a haber muchos puestos en la feria.

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