What's in (your bag)?

MichaelC1Kwiziq community member

What's in (your bag)?

I am surprised that there is not a note on this question: what's in (your bag)? 

It may seem tempting to translate "is" to "esta'" but actually "is" means "is there" so it should be "hay". I thought this is an interesting case to be included in this lesson. :)

Asked 1 year ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Michael 

Yes, that's a good point to highlight in the lesson. 

We'll be adding a note shortly.

Gracias por tu sugerencia.

Saludos cordiales

Inma

What's in (your bag)?

I am surprised that there is not a note on this question: what's in (your bag)? 

It may seem tempting to translate "is" to "esta'" but actually "is" means "is there" so it should be "hay". I thought this is an interesting case to be included in this lesson. :)

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