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Learn more about how to use have in the perfect tenses in the Spanish Grammar section.
have
transitive verb
1. (to possess) 
a. tener 
My parents have a home, a car, and three beautiful children.Mis padres tienen una casa, un carro y tres hijos bellos.
2. (to suffer) 
a. tener 
How do I know if my child has an infection?¿Cómo sé si mi hijo tiene una infección?
3. (to experience) 
a. pasar 
I had the worst time trying to quit smoking.Lo pasé muy mal cuando estaba tratando de dejar de fumar.
4. (to consume) 
a. tomar 
I would like to have mashed potatoes with my steak.Me gustaría tomar puré de patatas con el filete.
5. (to receive) 
a. recibir 
We had a lot of presents last Christmas.Recibimos muchos regalos las Navidades pasadas.
6. (to give birth to) 
a. tener 
My college roommate had a baby last week.Mi compañera de cuarto de la universidad tuvo un bebé la semana pasada.
7. (to allow) 
a. permitir 
I won't have this mess under my roof!¡No permitiré este caos bajo mi techo!
8. (causative use) 
I had my shirt cleaned at the laundry.Me lavaron la camisa en la lavandería.
auxiliary verb
9. (used in perfect tenses) 
a. haber 
You haven't been here before.No has estado aquí antes.
10. (to be obliged to) 
a. tener que 
I have to go to work tomorrow.Tengo que ir al trabajo mañana.
have
[hæv]
En el inglés hablado, y en el escrito en estilo coloquial, el verbo auxiliar have se contrae de forma que I have se transforma en I've, he/she/it has se transforman en he's/she's/it's y you/we/they have se transforman en you've/we've/they've. Las formas de pasado I/you/he etc had se transforman en I'd, you'd, he'd etc . Las formas negativas has not, have not y had not se transforman en hasn't, haven't y hadn't.
noun
también:
  • the haves and the have-nots los ricos y los pobres
verbo transitivo (3rd person singular has [hæz], pt & pp had [hæd])
1. tener (in general)
  • they've got or they have a big house tienen una casa grande
  • she hasn't got or doesn't have a cat no tiene gato
  • I've got or I have something to do tengo algo que hacer
  • which one will you have? ¿cuál prefieres?
  • she's got or she has measles/AIDS tiene (el) sarampión/el sida
  • she's got or she has blue eyes tiene los ojos azules
  • can I have a beer and a brandy, please? ¿me daría or pone una cerveza y un coñac, (por favor)? (español de España)
  • I'll have the soup yo tomaré una sopa
  • we've got or we have a choice tenemos una alternativa
  • what's that got to do with it? ¿qué tiene que ver eso?
  • he had me by the throat me tenía sujeto or cogido por el cuello
  • he had them in his power los tenía en su poder
  • you shall have it back tomorrow te lo devolveré mañana
  • I've had it if she finds out! (familiar) ¡si se entera, me la cargo!
  • this coat has had it (familiar) este abrigo está para el arrastre , este saco ya cumplió (RP)
  • you've been had! (familiar) ¡te han timado! (you've been cheated), ¡te chingaron! (español de México), ¡te embromaron! (RP)
  • you've got or you have me there! (familiar) ¡ahí me has (I don't know) pillado or (español de España) agarrado or (Am) cachado! (español de México)
2. (with noun, to denote activity)
  • to have a bath darse un baño
  • to have a shave afeitarse
  • to have a wash lavarse
  • to have breakfast desayunar
  • to have lunch comer
  • to have dinner cenar
3. pasar (experience)
  • to have an accident tener or sufrir un accidente
  • to have a good/bad time pasarlo bien/mal
  • I had a pleasant evening pasé una agradable velada
4. (causative)
  • I had him do it again le hice repetirlo
  • I'm having my record player repaired me están arreglando el tocadiscos
  • I'll have you know that…! te diré que…
5. (in passive-type constructions)
  • to have one's hair cut cortarse el pelo
  • I had my watch stolen me robaron el reloj
6. (allow)
  • I will not have such conduct! ¡no toleraré ese comportamiento!
  • I won't have you causing trouble! ¡no permitiré que crees problemas!
7. (be compelled)
  • to have to do something tener que hacer algo
  • I have or I've got to go me tengo que ir
  • do you have to work?, have you got to work? ¿tienes que trabajar?
  • it's got or it has to be done hay que hacerlo
8. (obtain)
  • there were no tickets to be had no quedaban entradas or boletos (español de Colombia, español de México)
  • I have it on good authority that… sé por fuentes fidedignas que…
auxiliary verb
9. haber
  • I/we/they have seen it lo he/hemos/han visto
  • you have seen it lo has visto; (singular) lo habéis visto (plural) (español de España), lo vieron (Am)
  • he/she/it has seen it lo ha visto
  • I have worked here for three years llevo tres años trabajando aquí
  • he has been in prison before — no he hasn't! ha estado ya antes en la cárcel — ¡no!
  • you have told him, haven't you? se lo has dicho, ¿no? or ¿verdad?
  • you haven't forgotten, have you? no te habrás olvidado, ¿no? or ¿verdad?
have [hæv] has (present:singular:3rd_person)had (past)
When have is part of a set combination, eg have a look, have a good time, have breakfast, had better, look up the other word. For have + adverb/preposition combinations, see also the phrasal verb section of this entry.
transitive verb
1 (possess) tener
he's got or he has blue eyes tiene los ojos azules; have you got or do you have 10p? ¿tienes diez peniques?; have you got or do you have any brothers or sisters? ¿tienes hermanos?; she had her eyes closed tenía los ojos cerrados; he hasn't got or he doesn't have any friends no tiene amigos; I've got or I have a friend staying next week tengo a un amigo en casa la semana que viene; I've got or I have an idea tengo una idea
Don't translate the [a] in sentences like [has he got a girlfriend?], [I haven't got a washing-machine] if the number of such items is not significant since people normally only have one at a time:
has he got a girlfriend? ¿tiene novia?; I haven't got a washing-machine no tengo lavadora
Do translate the [a] if the person or thing is qualified:
he has a Spanish girlfriend tiene una novia española
all or everything I have is yours todo lo que tengo es tuyo
you must give it all or everything you have tienes que emplearte a fondo
have you got a rubber [handy]?
you must put all or everything you have into it tienes que emplearte a fondo
can I have a pencil please? ¿me puedes dar un lápiz, por favor?
the book has no name on it el libro no lleva or tiene el nombre del dueño
I've got or I have no Spanish no sé español
to have something to do tener algo que hacer
I've got some letters to write tengo algunas cartas que escribir; I've got or I have nothing to do no tengo nada que hacer; haven't you got anything to do? ¿no tienes nada que hacer?
hello, what have we here? vaya, vaya, ¿qué tenemos aquí?
I've got a lot of washing to do I've got plenty to do have you got something to do?
2 (eat, drink) tomar
did you have the fish or the chicken?
what are we having for lunch? ¿que vamos a comer?
we had ice-cream for dessert tomamos helado de postre
what are we having for dessert?
to have something to eat/drink comer/beber algo; tomar algo
what will you have? ¿qué quieres tomar?; ¿qué vas a tomar?
I'll just have a sandwich
I'll have a coffee tomaré un café; will you have some more? ¿te sirvo más?
3 (receive) recibir
letter, telegram, gift
thank you for having me gracias por su hospitalidad
you can have my ticket puedes quedarte con mi billete
we had some help from the government recibimos ayuda del gobierno
I had a letter from John tuve carta de Juan; recibí una carta de Juan
I must have them by this afternoon necesito tenerlos para esta tarde
to have no news no tener noticias
they had a lot of wedding presents recibieron or les hicieron muchos regalos de boda
we had a lot of visitors (at home) tuvimos muchas visitas; (at exhibition etc) tuvimos muchos visitantes
to have a letter from sb
4 (obtain)
to [be] had
they can be had for as little as £10 each pueden conseguirse por tan solo 10 libras; it's not to be had anywhere no se consigue en ninguna parte
they can't be had for less than £100
there was no bread to be had no quedaba pan en ningún sitio; no podía conseguirse pan en ningún sitio
5 (take)
I'll have a dozen eggs, please ¿me pones una docena de huevos, por favor?; which one will you have? ¿cuál quiere?
which one will you have? the leather one or the canvas one?
can I have your name please? ¿me da su nombre, por favor?
you can have it or I'll let you have it for £10 te lo dejo en 10 libras; te lo puedes llevar por 10 libras; te lo vendo por 10 libras
6 (give birth to) [+baby, kittens] tener
she had a baby last year
what did she have? ¿qué ha tenido?; she had a boy ha tenido un niño
to have a [baby] she's going to have a baby she wants to have a baby she had twins the cat has had kittens
7 (hold, catch) tener
I have him in my power lo tengo en mi poder
he had him by the throat lo tenía agarrado por la garganta
the dog had him by the throat
I have it on good authority that ... me consta que ...; sé a ciencia cierta que ...; sé de buena tinta que ... (informal)
I've got it! ¡ya!
you have me therethere you have me ahí sí que me has pillado (informal)
8 (allow) consentir; tolerar
we can't have that eso no se puede consentir
I won't have this nonsense no voy a consentir or tolerar estas tonterías
I won't have it! no lo voy a consentir or tolerar; she won't have it said that ... no consiente or tolera que digan que ...; I won't have him risking his neck on that motorbike no voy a consentir que se juegue el cuello en esa moto
stop it immediately, I won't have it! I won't have I'm not having this sort of behaviour!
9 (spend) pasar
to have a pleasant afternoon/evening pasar una tarde agradable; have a nice day! ¡que pases un buen día!; I had a horrible day at school today he tenido un día horrible en el colegio; what sort of day have you had? ¿qué tal día has tenido?
we had a lovely day they all had a wonderful afternoon she had a terrible evening
10 (on telephone)
can I have Personnel please? ¿me puede poner con Personal, por favor?
11 (have sex with) acostarse con
12 (make)
I'll soon have it nice and shiny enseguida lo dejo bien brillante; he had us confused nos tenía confundidos
13 (in set structures)
to have sth done hacer que se haga algo; mandar hacer algo
we had our luggage brought up mandamos subir el equipaje; I've had the brakes checked he mandado revisar los frenos
I'll have the car brought round for you to have one's luggage brought up
to have a suit made (mandar) hacerse un traje; to have one's hair cut cortarse el pelo; they had him killed lo mataron
to have sb do sth mandar a algn hacer algo
he had me do it again me hizo hacerlo otra vez; me hizo que lo hiciese otra vez; I had him clean the car le hice limpiar el coche; what would you have me do? ¿qué quiere que haga?; I'll have you know that ... quiero que sepas que ...
to have sth happen
she had her bag stolen le robaron el bolso; he had his arm broken le rompieron el brazo
I've had three windows broken this week
to have sb doing sth
she soon had them all reading and writing (organized them) enseguida los puso a leer y a escribir; (taught them) enseguida les habían enseñado a leer y a escribir
he had us all helping with the dinner
14 (in set expressions)
to have sth against sb/sth tener algo en contra de algn/algo
to have had it
you've had it now! he knows all about it ¡ahora sí que te la has cargado! se ha enterado de todo; this sofa has had it este sofá ya no da para más (informal); I've had it up to here with his nonsense estoy hasta la coronilla or hasta el moño de sus tonterías (informal)
to have it that
he will have it that he is right insiste en que tiene razón; rumour has it that ... corre la voz de que ...
to be had
you've been had! ¡te han engañado!
to have to do with tener que ver con
that's got or that has nothing to do with it! ¡eso no tiene nada que ver!; you'd better not have anything to do with him más te vale no tener tratos con él
to let sb have sth (give) dar algo a algn; (lend) dejar algo a algn; prestar algo a algn
I'll let you have my reply tomorrow les daré mi respuesta mañana; let me have your address dame tus señas; let me have your pen for a moment déjame el boli un momento
he let me have some money
let him have it! ¡dale!
let her have it - it is hers anyway go on, let me have your sausages I'll let you have the books tomorrow
what have you
... and what have you ... y qué sé yo qué más
would have it
as ill-luck or fate would have it desgraciadamente
auxiliary verb
1 haber
Use the verb [haber] to form the perfect tenses.
I've already seen that film ya he visto esa película; he's been very kind ha sido muy amable
he's been ill
has he gone? ¿se ha ido?; hasn't he told you? ¿no te lo ha dicho?
haven't you grown!
she said she had spoken to them dijo que había hablado con ellos; had you phoned me (formal) or if you had phoned me I would have come round si me hubieras llamado habría venido; never having seen it before, I ... como no lo había visto antes, ...; having finished or when he had finished, he left cuando terminó or cuando hubo terminado, se fue
I've [just] asked him I had just spoken to him to have arrived/eaten
"Time" See culture box in entry since.
2 (verb substitute)
you've got more than I have tienes más que yo; they've done more than we have ellos han hecho más que nosotros; he hasn't worked as hard as you have él no ha trabajado tanto como tú; "he's already eaten" — "so have I" —él ya ha comido —yo también; "we haven't had any news yet" — "neither have we" —no hemos tenido noticias todavía —nosotros tampoco; "you've made a mistake" — "no I haven't!" —has cometido un error —no es verdad or cierto; "we haven't paid" — "yes we have!" —no hemos pagado —¡qué sí!; "he's got a new job" — "oh has he?" —tiene un trabajo nuevo —¿ah, sí?
"I've been there before" — "have you?"
"you've written it twice" — "so I have!" —lo has escrito dos veces —es verdad or cierto; "have you read the book?" — "yes, I have" —¿has leído el libro? —sí; "has he told you?" — "no, he hasn't" —¿te lo ha dicho? —no
(in question tags)
he hasn't done it, has he? no lo ha hecho, ¿verdad?; you've done it, haven't you? lo has hecho, ¿verdad? or ¿no?
they've arrived, haven't they?
3 (avoiding repetition of verb)
you've all been there before, but I haven't vosotros habéis estado allí antes, pero yo no; he has never met her, but I have él no la ha llegado a conocer, pero yo sí; have you ever been there? if you have ... ¿has estado alguna vez allí? si es así ...; have you tried it? if you haven't ... ¿lo has probado? (porque) si no ...
modal verb
(be obliged)
to have (got) to do sth tener que hacer algo; I've got to or I have to finish this work tengo que terminar este trabajo; have we got to or do we have to leave early? ¿tenemos que salir temprano?; I haven't got to or I don't have to wear glasses no necesito (usar) gafas; I shall have to go and see her tendré que ir a verla; it will just have to wait till tomorrow tendrá que esperar hasta mañana; he had to pay all the money back tuvo que devolver todo el dinero; she was having to get up at six each morning tenía que levantarse a las seis cada mañana; this has to be a mistake esto tiene que ser un error; do you have to make such a noise? ¿tienes que hacer tanto ruido?; you didn't have to tell her! ¡no tenías por qué decírselo!; it's nice not to have to work on Saturdays es un gusto no tener que trabajar los sábados; it has to be done this way tiene que hacerse de este modo; does it have to be ironed? ¿hay que plancharlo?
the locks will have to be changed you haven't to tell her
has is the present form of haber in the second person singular - View Conjugation
Learn more about the verb haber in the Answers section.
haberes
plural noun
1. (payment) 
a. earnings 
Todavía no me han pagado los haberes del mes pasado.I still haven't been paid last month's earnings.
haber
auxiliary verb
2. (in compound tenses) 
a. to have 
Nunca habían ido a Costa Rica antes del verano pasado.They had never been to Costa Rica before last summer.
3. (to be obligated to; used with "de") 
a. to have to 
He de ir al trabajo el sábado. I have to go into work on Saturday.
b. to must 
Has de hacer tu tarea esta noche.You must do your homework tonight.
impersonal verb
4. (to exist) 
a. to be 
No hay azúcar.There is no sugar.
No hubo tiempo para saludar a todos en la fiesta.There wasn't enough time to say hi to everyone at the party.
5. (to be obligated to; used with "que") 
a. to must 
Hay que lavar todos los platos después de cenar. One must wash all the dishes after dinner.
Habrá que llevar el paraguas el martes cuando llueva. You should take your umbrella on Tuesday for when it rains.
Hay que hacer reservaciones para el hotel.We should make reservations for the hotel.
Habrá que llevar el paraguas el martes cuando llueva.You should take your umbrella on Tuesday for when it rains.
6. (to express time) 
No sé si habrá tiempo para comer algo.I don't know if there will be enough time to eat something.
Tiempo ha del terremoto.The earthquake occurred a long time ago.
transitive verb
7. (to have) 
a. to bear 
Los hijos habidos de la aventura no fueron reconocidos por su padre.The children born of the affair were not recognized by their father.
8. (to happen) 
El espectáculo habido esta semana está completamente vendido.This week's performance is totally sold out.
El accidente habido ayer resultó en dos fatalidades.Yesterday's accident resulted in two fatalities.
masculine noun
9. (properties) 
a. asset 
Su haber consistía en la empresa familiar y dos mansiones.Her assets consist of the family business and two mansions.
10. (accounting) 
a. credit side 
El total del deber y del haber tienen que ser iguales.The debit and credit side totals must be equal.
11. (achievement) 
a. credit 
Tiene tres artículos publicados a su haber.She has three published articles to her credit.
haberse
pronominal verb
12. (to confront) 
a. to have it out with somebody 
Se las va a haber con su hermano si no paran de discutir.He's going to have it out with his brother if they don't stop arguing.
haber
auxiliary verb
1. (en tiempos compuestos) 
a. to have 
lo he/había hechoI have/had done it
los niños ya han comidothe children have already eaten
2. (expresa reproche) 
haber venido antesyou could have come a bit earlier
¡haberlo dicho!why didn't you say so?
haberme escuchadoI told you (so), you should have listened to me
de haberlo sabido…if only I'd known…
3. (expresa obligación) 
haber de hacer algoto have to do something
has de estudiar másyou have to study more
siempre has de ser tú el que se quejeyou always have to be the one to complain
impersonal verb
4. (existir, estar) 
haythere is/are
hay mucha gente en la callethere are a lot of people in the street
había/hubo muchos problemasthere were many problems
habrá dos milthere will be two thousand
es un artista donde los hayahe's as good an artist as you'll find
hay quien dice…some people say…
5. (expresa obligación) 
hay que hacer más ejercicioone o you should do more exercise
habrá que soportar su mal humorwe'll have to put up with his bad mood
6. (expresiones) 
algo habráthere must be something in it
¡hay que ver!well I never!
lo habido y por habereverything under the sun
no hay de quédon't mention it
7. (colloquial) 
¿qué hay?how are you doing?
Noun
8. (bienes) 
a. assets 
9. (en cuentas, contabilidad) 
a. credit (side) 
haber
auxiliary verb
1 (en tiempos compuestos) to have
he comido I have o I've eaten; había ido al cine he had gone o he'd gone to the cinema; lo hubiéramos hecho we would have done it; ¡haberlo dicho! you should have said!; ¡hubieran visto la casa! especialmente (Latinoamérica) you should have seen the house!; pero, ¿habráse visto (cosa igual)? well, have you ever seen anything like it?
[antes] de haberlo visto
de haberlo sabido if I had known; if I'd known
2
haber de
(indicando obligación)
he de hacerlo I have to do it; I must do it; hemos de tener paciencia we must be patient; has de saber que ... you should know that ...; ¿qué he de hacer? what am I to do?; los has de ver (Latinoamérica) you'll see them
(indicando suposición)
han de ser las nueve it must be about nine o'clock; ha de llegar hoy especialmente (Latinoamérica) he should get here today; has de estar equivocado especialmente (Latinoamérica) you must be mistaken
impersonal verb
1
hay (con sustantivo en singular) there is; (con sustantivo en plural) there are; hay un hombre en la calle there is a man in the street; hay mucho que hacer there is so much to be done; hubo una guerra there was a war; no hubo discusión there was no discussion; ¿habrá tiempo? will there be time?; tomará lo que haya he'll take whatever there is; lo que hay es que ... it's like this ...; the thing is ...; algo debe de haber para que se comporte así there must be some reason for him acting like that; hay sol the sun is shining; it's sunny; hay dos hombres en la calle there are two men in the street; no hay plátanos there are no bananas; ha habido problemas there have been problems; habían muchas personas (Latinoamérica) there were many people there
¿cuánto hay de aquí a Cuzco? how far is it from here to Cuzco?
los hay excelentes some are excellent
los hay buenos y malos some are good and some are bad; los hay que están confusos y asustados some (people) are confused and afraid; las hay en negro y blanco they are available in black and white
según la casa de cosmética que los fabrica: los hay en forma de barra de labios, de tarrito de crema o de tubo
oportunistas los hay en todas partes you'll find opportunists everywhere; there are always opportunists, wherever you go
no hay
no hay nada mejor que ... there's nothing better than ...; no hay como esta playa para disfrutar del surf there's nothing like this beach for surfing
No hay como perder el cargo para que le vuelva a uno la consciencia de golpe no hay como largar grandes sermones acerca de la corrupción ajena para impedir que a alguien se le venga a ocurrir mentarle la de su casa común"
no hay más que hablar there's no more to be said; there's nothing more to say; no hay quien te entienda there's no understanding you; ¡aquí no hay quien duerma! it's impossible to get any sleep round here!; ¡no hay de qué! don't mention it!; not at all!
¿qué hay? (¿qué pasa?) what's up?; (¿qué tal?) how's it going?; how are things?
¡qué hubo! (Chile) (México) (Ven) how's it going?; how are things?
como hay pocos
donde los haya
un amigo como hay pocos o donde los haya a friend in a million
de lo que no hay
¡eres de lo que no hay! you're unbelievable!
si los hay
buen chico si los hay a good lad if ever there was one
2 (Com)
"¡mejores no hay!" "there's none better!"; ¡hay helado! (dicho a voces) ice cream!; (en cartel) ice cream sold; ¿hay puros? do you have any cigars?; "no hay entradas o localidades" "sold out"
3
hay que
hay que trabajar one has to work; everyone must work; hay que hacer algo something has to be done; hay que hacerlo it has to be done; no hay que hacer nada you don't have to do anything; hay que ser fuertes we must be strong; hay que trabajar más (como mandato) you must work harder; no hay que olvidar que ... we mustn't forget that ...; no hay que tomarlo a mal there's no reason to take it badly; you mustn't get upset about it; ¡había que decírselo! we'll have to tell him!; ¡había que verlo! you should have seen it!
no hay más que
no hay más que leer las normas all you have to do is read the rules; no hay más que haber viajado un poco para saberlo anyone who has done a bit of travelling would know
no hay más que conformarse
¡hay que ver! (sorpresa) well I never!
4 (indicando tiempo)
tres años ha three years ago; años ha que no les veo I haven't seen them for years
transitive verb
1 (ocurrir)
en el encuentro habido ayer in yesterday's game; el descenso de temperatura habida ayer the fall in temperature recorded yesterday; la lista de las víctimas habidas the list of casualties
habidos y por haber
se trataron todos los temas habidos y por haber they discussed every subject under the sun
Este equipo ostenta todos los récords habidos y por haber ha pasado por todos los cargos habidos y por haber todos los inventos habidos y por haber
2 (tener)
un hijo habido fuera del matrimonio a child born out of wedlock; los dos hijos habidos en su primer matrimonio the two children from her first marriage; Pepe, que Dios haya en su gloria Pepe, God rest his soul; bien haya ... (Religión) blessed be ...
3 (obtener)
lee cuantos libros puede haber he reads all the books he can lay his hands on
pronominal verb
haberse
1
habérselas con algn (tener delante) to be up against sb; (enfrentarse) to have it out with sb
tenemos que habérnoslas con un enemigo despiadado we are up against a ruthless enemy
¡allá te las hayas!
2 (comportarse) to comport o.s. (formal)
se ha habido con honradez he has comported himself honourably
1 (en balance) credit side
¿cuánto tengo en el haber? how much do I have in my account?; la autora tiene seis libros en su haber the author has six books to her credit
un director con diecisiete películas en su haber, siete novelas publicadas y varios premios literarios en su haber tiene en su haber varios estrenos teatrales y ha dirigido una película
asentar o pasar algo al haber de algn to credit sth to sb
2 haberes (ingresos) salary
singular
; (s)
(bienes) assets
no percibieron sus haberes they weren't paid
Las consecuencias para el profesorado es no percibir sus haberes cuentas cuya función era la del pago de haberes al personal El requisito es la domiciliación de haberes a través de la Caja Postal restituir a los Colones sus dignidades y haberes
Phrases with "has"
Here are the most popular phrases with "has." Click the phrases to see the full entry.
has-been 
la vieja gloria 
Verb Conjugations for haber
Gerund: habiendo
Participle: habido
The irregular conjugations of this verb are in red.
Indicative
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yohehubehabíahabríahabré
hashubistehabíashabríashabrás
él/ella/Ud.ha,hayhubohabíahabríahabrá
nosotroshemoshubimoshabíamoshabríamoshabremos
vosotroshabéishubisteishabíaishabríaishabréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.hanhubieronhabíanhabríanhabrán
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