Presente de indicativo: "haber" como verbo auxiliar.

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Presente de indicativo: "haber" como verbo auxiliar.

Haber
Yo he
Tú has
Él/ella/usted ha
Nosotros/as hemos
Vosotros/as habéis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes han

Uses:

  • Haber (To have) in the present tense is mainly used as an auxiliary verb in the pretérito perfecto (present perfect):

Hoy hemos ido al parque.

We have been to the park today.

  • There is also an impersonal form: hay which is used to say “there is” something or “there are” some things:

En el hotel hay muchos gatos.

There are a lot of cats in the hotel.


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