Hay in past tense?
Is there a way to say HAY in past tense or is it always just HAY'
Is there a way to say HAY in past tense or is it always just HAY?
Hi levi, the same happens with "there is/there are", they have a lot of different tenses.
"Hay" is the impersonal form of the verb "haber", and like most verbs, it has 16 tenses plus the non-finite forms. The same impersonal form in other tenses is:
hubo = preterite
había = imperfect
habrá = future
habría = conditional
haya = present subjunctive
Hubo o había.