Hay in the Conditional Tense

Spanish Conditional Hay

“Hay” in English means “there is or there are”, in the Spanish conditional tense, hay becomes habría, which means there would be.

For example:

Habría mas dinero pero no tuve empleo entonces/ There would be more money but I had no job then.

Habría mas muebles pero no tuvimos el dinero/ There would be more furniture but we didn’t have the money.

The conditional of idiomatic expression hay que/ one must, it is necessary to is habría que/ it would be necessary to.

Let’s see an example here:

Habría que ir  a Ecuador/ It would be necessary to go to Ecuador


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