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Indefinite articles come before an unspecified person or thing:
|♀||una||unas||una amiga, unas casas a female friend, houses|
|♂||un||unos||un perro, unos abrigos a dog, coats|
After hay (there is / there are) from the verb haber (to have), only an indefinite article can be used:
Hay un restaurante peruano en ese barrio.
There is a Peruvian restaurant in that neighborhood.
Note: Una changes to un in front of a feminine noun that begins with the letters a or ha:
Un arma pesada, un hacha afilada.
a heavy weapon, a sharp axe.
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