What form is has in Spanish?

What tense is has in Spanish?

The perfect tense – formation

present tense of haber
(yo) he
(tú) has
(él/ella/usted) ha
(nosotros/as) hemos

What is the yo form of has?


inglés yo
Present I have, I am having he
Present Perfect I have had he habido
Imperfect I was having, used to have, had había
Preterite I had hube

Has or had meaning?

Has‘ is the third person singular present tense of ‘have’ while ‘had’ is the third person singular past tense and past participle of ‘have. … Both are transitive verbs, but ‘has’ is used in sentences that talk about the present while ‘had’ is used in sentences that talk about the past.

What tense is have been in Spanish?

Spanish Perfect Tenses

Spanish Tenses conjugated “HABER” past participle
past perfect indicative (pluperfect) había (I had) habías (you had) había (he/she had) habíamos (we had) habíais (you all had) habían (they had) hablado (talked)

What is the verb 3 of have?

Have is an irregular verb. Its three forms are have, had, had. The present simple third person singular is has: We usually have breakfast at about eight.

What tense is have?

have – present and past tense

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Present Tense
I have We have
He has
She has They have
It has

What is the past tense of have?

The past tense of has is had.

What are all the forms for tener?

Conjugating the Irregular Spanish Verb Tener (to Have)

Conjugation Translation
yo tengo I have
tú tienes You (informal) have
él/ella/ello/uno tiene He/she/one has
usted tiene You (formal) have

What are the 4 uses of tener?

Tener has many different uses.

  • Tengo veintisiete años. ( expressing age) …
  • Yo tengo dos perros. ( expressing possession) …
  • Yo tengo que aprender las palabras. ( expressing obligation) …
  • Yo tengo dolor de cuello. ( expressing feelings) …
  • Tengo ganas de dormir. ( expressing desire to do something)

What are the Nine tener expressions?

Expressions With Tener

  • tener _ años: to be _ years old.
  • tener calor: to be hot.
  • tener frío: to be cold.
  • tener hambre: to be hungry.
  • tener sed: to be thirsty.
  • tener sueño: to be sleepy.
  • tener miedo: to be frightened.
  • tener prisa: to be in a hurry.