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The verb expression hay que can be used to indicate obligation. When talking about the present we use the formula hay + que + infinitive

El Formulario

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Randolfo: Señora, ¿cómo hay que rellenar este formulario?
Ma'am, how must this form be completed?

Ana: A ver. Es muy fácil. Primero aquí hay que poner su nombre y su apellido.
Let's see. It's really easy. First, here you must put your first name and your last name.

Randolfo: Eso sí, no es difícil, pero ¿dónde pongo mis iniciales?
That yeah, is not difficult, but where do I put my initials?

Ana: ¿Sus iniciales? Creo que no hay que ponerlas.
Your initials? I think that you do not have to put them.

Randolfo: Ah ¿sí?
Ah yes? (really?)

Ana: Después ha que indicar dónde usted nació y dónde vive ahora.
Next you have to indicate where you were born and where you live now.

Randolfo: ¿Tanta información?
So much information?

Ana: Sí, señor, hay que rellenar todo.
Yes, sir, you have to fill it all.

Randolfo: Entonces hay que poner cómo me llamo, dónde nací, dónde vivo y ¿dónde voy a morir?
So I have to put my name, where I was born, where I live, and where I'm going to die?

Ana: No, la última información no. Usted es bastante joven para indicar eso.
The last one, no. You are too young to indicate that.

Randolfo: Muchas gracias. ¿y cómo se llama usted? quisiera invitarla a tomar café conmigo.

Thank you. And what is your name? Maybe you can drink some coffee with me some time.

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