In this case we would certainly simply say child unas playas tan bonitas. We would ommit ellos.

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They are= ellos/ellas son

Tright here are, tbelow is = hay

"Son playas tán bonitas..".. but it all counts on specifically what you want to say. Don"t eexceptionally be afrassist to provide context.

Well. I wonder if it should be "Son bonitas playas" because placing the adjective initially shows that "bonitas" is a comment that reflects on playas. Otherwise "Son las playas más / tán bonitas" seems the means. (for, of all the beaches, they are the the majority of beautiful and so on.... ) Of course "Son playas bonitas" functions yet it"s not making as a lot of a statement about the beaches, as a lot as it is simply talking of the visibility of the beaches. I hope a indigenous can correct me if I am wrong. Gracias....

I agree through Moe below. Lazurus "CID" preeminence applies and the use of "ser" must be offered. "Hay" is from "haber".

That's what I was saying. The question should actually read "How to say tbelow are" in spanish not "they are" for this particular statement. - Jason7R, SEP 15, 2009
Jason, we need to answer the question that was asked. We have to not answer a various question from the one first gone into in the threview. - Moe, SEP 15, 2009
I can additionally relate to Jason's allude additionally, however "there are" was not the question posed to us. The question has an additional problem via the word "such". This is difficult to translate into Spanish as supplied right here. Do you agree? - Daniel, SEP 15, 2009
Daniel-If we emphasis power on "such" we divert our attention from how to interpret "they are". - Moe, SEP 15, 2009

Have I misunderstood??

The question asked was "exactly how execute you say "they are" in spanish?"

I would certainly have actually thought the answer to be either of :

? son (del infinitivo "ser"), o

? estan (del infinitivo estar)

"Hay" as I understand it implies "tbelow is" or "tright here are" which is not the same a THEY are.

If "dhartland201"s" example demands to be faced, wouldn"t it be:

they are such beautiful beaches ?> Ellas child las playas preciosas (o, bonitas).

I"ll wait for feedback from others.

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I understand the question but the difficulty is human being perform not usage "they are" for Tright here are. Just letting you know. - Jason7R, SEP 15, 2009
Nor carry out they use "tright here are" when "they are" was intfinished. Consider, "They are students". "They are going to the beach". "Hay" does not work-related in those sentences. - Moe, SEP 15, 2009
I think Moe's right: the original poster meant to say somepoint prefer " They are such beautiful beaches." - --Mariana--, SEP 15, 2009

Hay muy linda playas acá (o allí). Hope this helps.

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