Hacer + Haber Verb conjugations - GCSE Spanish

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'hacer' and 'haber' are irregular verbs.

Haber is used most frequently as an auxiliary verb to form the perfect tenses. It also has two other uses: In the third-person present indicative form of hay, it can mean "there is" or "there are." It is also used in the phrase hay que, meaning "it is necessary." With those meanings, haber also can be used in the other third-person tenses.

Haber is not used in the imperative mood.

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May 10, SPANISH GRAMMAR HELP!
2009 SECTION 1 : VERBS HACER +HABER



PRESENT INDICATIVE
hago - I do
haces - You do
hace - he/she does (¹this is also used for the `usted' form)
hacemos - we do
hacéis - you (pl) do
hacen - they do (²this is also…

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May 10, SPANISH GRAMMAR HELP!
2009 SECTION 1 : VERBS HACER +HABER


hubisteis ­ you (pl) had
hubieron ­ they had
*Imperfect indicative conjugations are the same as normal, ie, `había', `habías' etc*
*Future conjugations are the same as normal, with `HABR' as the root.*
*Conditional conjugations are the same…

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