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Forms of Haber
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He
I have (done)
Has
You have (done)
Ha
He has (done)
Hemos
We have (done)
Habéis
You all have (done)
Han
They have (done)
Haya (yo)
I have (done)-subj
Hayas
You have (done)-subj
Haya (él)
He has done-subj
Hayamos
We have (done)-subj
Hayáis
You all have (done)- subj
Hayan
They have (done)-subj
Habré
I will have (done)
Habrás
You will have (done)
Habrá
He will have (done)
Habremos
We will have (done)
Habréis
You all will have (done)
Habrán
They will have (done)
Había
I had (done)
Habías
You had (done)
Había
He had (done)
Habíamos
We had (done)
Habíais
You all had (done)
Habían
They had (done)
Habría
I would have (done)
Habrías
You would have (done)
Habría
He would have (done)
Habríamos
We would have (done)
Habríais
You all would have (done)
Habrían
They would have (done)
Hubiera (yo)
I had (done)- subj
Hubieras
you had (done)- subj
Hubiera (él)
He had (done)- subj
Hubiéramos
We had (done)- subj
Hubierais
You all had (done)- subj
Hubieran
They had (done)- subj
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