Hay  there is  or  there are 
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1ydvYbwVMOT3lTmHMCBj6kpnIlWQXhz3fPg1M5TDG0KU/edit?usp=sharing http://www.quia.com/quiz/4775293.html https://sites.google.com/a/spanish1.org/lhs/unit-1/chapter-2/f/hw

The word hay in Spanish has 4 meanings, so you'll use it often. Hay is pronounced ah-ee.

there is hay 
is there?  hay 
there are  hay 
are there?  hay


¿Hay limonada?
Is there lemonade?

Sí, hay limonada.
Yes, there's lemonade.

No, no hay limonada.
No, there's no lemonade.


¿Hay papas fritas?
Are there french fries?

Sí, hay papas fritas.
Yes, there are french fries.

No, no hay papas fritas.
No, there aren't french fries.

You can use hay in conversations with other students:
English  Spanish 
How many students are there in your school? ¿Cuántos estudiantes hay en tu escuela? 
How many students are there in your grade?  ¿Cuántos estudiantes hay en tu año? 
 How many students are in your English class? ¿Cuántos estudiantes hay en tu clase de inglés?  
 There are ...  Hay ...

Watch the video in which the kids use hay:


Hay = there is, there are