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There are words that sound the same, are written differently and have different meanings, these are known as homophones . The words “finds” and “haya” are an example of this, and this time we will speak specifically of the term “ haya ”.

What is it?

Haya can have two meanings. On the one hand, it is a form of the verb “have”. It is the present subjunctive of that verb.

On the other hand, there is the name given to two different types of trees. The first refers to an ancient tree that comes from the Latin fagea, which means “made of beech”, which is the name given to the wood of this tree. Another similar name comes from Greece, so it is another tree in that country.

Halla vs Haya

The word “finds” is a verb used to refer to finding an object or person, or discovering / inventing something.

Haya refers to having something, since it is a conjugation of the verb have, which denotes possession or existence of something or someone .

Therefore, the words finds and there should not be confused because they have very different meanings. Also, you should not use “hajar”, since that word does not exist.

Synonyms

Being a conjugation of the verb have, the word has no synonyms . However, we will mention the synonyms of haber to understand even more the meaning of this conjugation:

  • Should
  • Have, own
  • Occur, happen, happen, happen, happen.

As you will see, it can also be used to denote a fact.

Use of “haya” in the conjugation of the verb have

Subjunctive (present):

  • Me
  • You
  • he, she, you
  • U.S
  • You have.
  • they, they, you
  • You

Compound tenses of the subjunctive (past perfect):

  • have been.
  • You have been.
  • He, she, you have been.
  • We have been.
  • You have been.
  • They, they, you have been.
  • You have been.

Imperative (affirmative and negative)

  • You
  • U.S
  • You all
  • You
  • You have not.
  • You have not.
  • We have not.
  • You have not.
  • You have not.

Examples of beech

Below, you will see examples of sentences with the use of the word beech:

  • We hope that Maria has been able to arrive safely.
  • I don’t think I was that bad to you.
  • I hope Julio has learned to speak English.
  • You’ll know when Pedro is gone.
  • The job may have to be re-done.
  • It seems strange to me that he turned down that opportunity.
  • I won’t believe you until I’ve seen it.
  • I’ll go to work when the conditions are better.
  • May there be peace in the world.
  • I will return to her when she has changed.

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