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There was

Porqué se usa el "There was" en el ejercicio "Yesterday there was a woman here" y el significado es "Ayer habia una mujer aquí"

May 10, 2012

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La explicación es que "There is/are" se traduce como "Hay"... There is a man (Hay un hombre)...

Y el pasado del verbo TO BE (is/are) es sencillamente was/were...

Por lo tanto, There was a woman... se traduce como "Había (pasado) una mujer".

May 11, 2012

https://www.duolingo.com/MRBEAN

There is= hay (singular) There are= hay (plural) There was =había, (singular) There were= habia plural. There will be= habrá. Usar los es muy facil como veras.- there is an apple on the table.-There are ten thousand (10.000) athletes in London 2012 - there was a cat in the yard. - there were many dead in that war. -- There will be a war if the sapiens Don't stop the unjust.

August 7, 2012

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"there is" hay, "there was" habia, "there will be"... There is an elephant at the circus... There was only one person in the street... There will be many children at the party

December 4, 2012

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September 29, 2013
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