What tense is have had in Spanish?
Spanish Perfect Tenses
|Spanish Tenses||conjugated “HABER”|
|present perfect indicative||he (I have) has (you have) ha (he/she has) hemos (we have) habéis (you all have) han (they have)|
|past perfect indicative (pluperfect)||había (I had) habías (you had) había (he/she had) habíamos (we had) habíais (you all had) habían (they had)|
What is the past tense of had in Spanish?
Preterite of Tener
|Subject Pronouns||Tener Conjugation: Preterite||Translation|
|él/ella/usted||tuvo||he/she/you formal had|
What is the Spanish conjugation of had?
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|tú tuviste||You (informal) had|
|él/ella/ello/uno tuvo||He/she/one had|
|usted tuvo||You (formal) had|
|nosotros tuvimos||We had|
How do you use past perfect tense in Spanish?
It’s very easy to form the past perfect indicative tense. Simply combine the auxiliary verb haber (to have, do be) in the imperfect form and add a past participle of the action verb. NOTE! While both haber and tener mean “to have,” in Spanish, the auxiliary verb always translates to haber and never tener.
What is the verb had in Spanish?
As a reminder, below is the auxiliary verb haber, conjugated in the imperfect tense.
Past Perfect Spanish Conjugation.
|Él, ella||Había||He/she had|
|Ustedes||Habían||You (plural) had|
How do you know when to use the subjunctive?
In most cases, the subjunctive form of a verb is usually the third-person form of the verb with the ‑s dropped, but the verb to be is a special case. The subjunctive is used after certain expressions that contain an order or a request, a hypothetical, or a wish.
What are the 3 past tenses in Spanish?
As we mentioned before, there’re three Spanish past tenses that you need to know as a beginner or intermediate speaker:
- The Spanish preterite (pretérito perfecto simple, or pretérito indefinido)
- The Spanish present perfect (pretérito perfecto)
- The Spanish imperfect (pretérito imperfecto)
What are the 4 past tenses in Spanish?
There are four past tenses in Spanish; the perfecto, the indefinido, the imperfecto and the pluscuamperfecto.
What are the two past tenses in Spanish?
However, it’s important to note that there is no pasado simple in Spanish. Instead, two different tenses exist in Spanish that translate to the simple past in English: el pretérito and el imperfecto. El pretérito is for actions that took place one time.
What goes after nosotros?
It is important to know that the top row is called first person ( yo and nosotros/nosotras). The second row is called the second person ( tú and vosotros/vosotras), and anything lower on the chart is called the third person ( él, ella, usted, ellos, ellas, and ustedes).
What is a hacer?
Hacer is an interesting verb that means both “to do” and “to make.” It’s also irregular and one the most common verbs in Spanish.
How do you write imperfect tense in Spanish?
To form the imperfect tense of -ar verbs, take off the -ar ending and add the endings: -aba, -abas, -aba, -ábamos, -abais, -aban. To form the imperfect tense of -er and -ir verbs, take off the -er and -ir endings and add the endings: -ía, -ías, -ía, -íamos, -íais, -ían.
How do you use imperfect?
The imperfect tense is used: to describe repeated or continuous actions in the past. to describe what something or someone was like in the past.
- Hacía sol/calor (It was sunny/hot)
- Estaba frío/nublado, etc (It was cold/cloudy, etc)
- Nevaba (It was snowing)
- Llovía (it was raining)
How do you conjugate Pasado Perfecto?
To form pretérito perfecto we conjugate haber in the present tense and we add the past participle (participio pasado). The past participle is formed by taking the infinitive, removing the -ar, -er, -ir and adding the endings -ado, -ido, -ido, respectively.