In this situation we would certainly simply say son unas playas tan bonitas. We would certainly ommit ellos.

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They are= ellos/ellas son

Tbelow are, tbelow is = hay

"Son playas tán bonitas..".. yet it all depends on specifically what you desire to say. Don"t eexceptionally be afrassist to provide context.

Well. I wonder if it have to be "Son bonitas playas" because putting the adjective first suggests that "bonitas" is a comment that shows on playas. Otherwise "Son las playas más / tán bonitas" seems the means. (for, of all the beaches, they are the many beautiful etc..... ) Of course "Son playas bonitas" functions however it"s not making as a lot of a statement around the beaches, as a lot as it is simply talking of the visibility of the beaches. I hope a indigenous have the right to correct me if I am wrong. Gracias....

I agree via Moe below. Lazurus "CID" rule applies and the use of "ser" must be supplied. "Hay" is from "haber".

That's what I was saying. The question must actually check out "How to say there are" in spanish not "they are" for this specific statement. - Jason7R, SEP 15, 2009
Jachild, we need to answer the question that was asked. We have to not answer a different question from the one initially gotten in in the thread. - Moe, SEP 15, 2009
I deserve to additionally relate to Jason's point likewise, but "there are" was not the question posed to us. The question has actually one more problem with the word "such". This is difficult to analyze right into Spanish as used below. Do you agree? - Daniel, SEP 15, 2009
Daniel-If we focus energy on "such" we divert our attention from just how to interpret "they are". - Moe, SEP 15, 2009

Have I misunderstood??

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

I would have believed the answer to be either of :

? son (del infinitivo "ser"), o

? estan (del infinitivo estar)

"Hay" as I understand it suggests "there is" or "tbelow are" which is not the same a THEY are.

If "dhartland201"s" instance requirements to be faced, wouldn"t it be:

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

I"ll wait for feedago from others.

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I understand the question however the difficulty is people perform not usage "they are" for Tbelow are. Just letting you know. - Jason7R, SEP 15, 2009
Nor perform they usage "there are" when "they are" was intended. Consider, "They are students". "They are going to the beach". "Hay" does not work in those sentences. - Moe, SEP 15, 2009
I think Moe's right: the original poster intended to say something like " They are such beautiful beaches." - --Mariana--, SEP 15, 2009

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

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