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A Tale of two verbs
I)
Formas del verbo AUXILIAR: haber (to have)
Please note:
1. This is the HELPING verb haber, and is not to be confused with the IMPERSONAL verb haber
(there to be).
3. There are two main uses for this verb:
a. It is used with the past participle of other verbs to form the compound tenses, otherwise
known as the "perfect tenses".
b. It is sometimes used with the preposition de plus and infinitive to mean "to have to" or "to be
supposed to".
http://users.ipfw.edu/jehle/COURSES/verbs/haber_verboaux.htm
II)
Formas del verbo IMPERSONAL: haber (there to be)
Please note:
1. Since this is the impersonal verb haber, there are no forms in the columns for yo, tú,
nosotros, vosotros, Uds./ellos/ellas.
2. This verb should not be confused with the helping verb haber (to have), for example: haber
estudiado (to have studied), he estudiado (I have studied), habré estudiado (I will have
studied), etc.]
http://users.ipfw.edu/JEHLE/COURSES/verbs/HABER.HTM
All information on this page has been taken from: http://users.ipfw.edu/jehle/COURSES/verbs/haber_verboaux.htm
http://users.ipfw.edu/JEHLE/COURSES/verbs/HABER.HTM