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He/She/It has arrived = Ha venido
I has arrived = Doesn't make sense in English
So doesn't He venido = I have arrived and therefore doesn't Hube/Habia venido = He venido. Don't both terms mean the same thing? Also Ha venido = Hube/Habia venido too. I am confused Help!!!

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updated JUN 5, 2009
posted by ravensty

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oh yeah!!! for some reason I forgot hube/habia meant had I guess that is why I was confused. Off to the dunce corner!!! sick

seeeeeeeeeeeeeee'! Quentin will be happy to have company!tongue rolleye

That's exactly what I was thinking, hehe.

updated JUN 5, 2009
posted by Eddy
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oh yeah!!! for some reason I forgot hube/habia meant had I guess that is why I was confused. Off to the dunce corner!!! sick

seeeeeeeeeeeeeee'! Quentin will be happy to have company!tongue rolleye

updated JUN 5, 2009
posted by 00494d19
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No pasa nada. Jeje! El español es muy diferente que el inglés y es facil confundirse.

updated JUN 5, 2009
posted by Chris-Paul
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oh yeah!!! for some reason I forgot hube/habia meant had I guess that is why I was confused. Off to the dunce corner!!! sick

updated JUN 5, 2009
posted by ravensty
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Bueno, no creo que se usa mucho hubo venido. Por lo menos es lo que me dijo
un amigo mio cuando yo vivia en España. Pero he venido=I have come y
habia venido = I had come. El primero es presente perfecto y el segundo se llama
pluscuamperfecto (past perfect.)

updated JUN 5, 2009
posted by Chris-Paul
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