¿Haya, halla o allá?  #Tip #Lengua

Haya = present subjunctive of the ever-so-hard-to-pin-down verb “haber” (to have, to exist, etc.), Halla = person present tense of the verb “hallar” (to find), Allá = the adverb “there” or “over there.

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