Idiomatic Uses of the Verb haber  

Verb Haber - to have

Hay que
Haber may be used in a common, impersonal idiomatic structure:

Hay que, which is a substitute for "es necesario." It is also like Tiene que, but it is impersonal.

Hay que ser paciente. - It is necessary to be patient.

No hay de que

No hay de que. - You're welcome.

The longer version of this expressions is:

No hay de que dar gracias . - It's not necessary to thank me.

Haber de

Haber de translates also "to be to," as:

¿Quién ha de hacer este viaje? - Who is to go on this journey?

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