"El autobús tiene dos puertas."
Translation:The bus has two doors.
Dan is 100% right. These are normal sentences. And there is way too much focus by some people on 'literal' translation. The whole point is to learn how a SPANISH person would say something. Whether we would say it differently in English or not is often irrelevant.
Well, that’s literally what I’ve been asking: how would a Spanish person say it? Are these as commonly/or more/or less used as ‘hay’ construction? So far the answer’s been ‘it’s ridiculous to ask that’. Well, thank you very much, guys. No further questions