Spanish Verb HABER Sentences Past Present Future


Hi. I’ve just returned from the 5-day retreat 🙂 I hope you could find my lessons on Youtube while I was not here to update the blog. Here I’m posting last Tuesday’s lesson:

Spanish lesson #76: Today we will do some sentences using the Spanish verb HABER (to have) in Past, Present and Future. As I mentioned in the previous class, this is one of the most important verbs in Spanish, and it is also used as the auxiliary verb in some conjugation tenses (same as verb “to have ” in English). That’s why I have chosen it to Past Present and Future.

Although we are focussing more on vocabulary and grammar, pay attention to the Spanish pronunciation of these video lessons, and remember to practice repeating the same words and sounds.

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  1. Excellent videos Rodrigo.
    You provide much more information than my expensive text books. I become more confident each time I study one of your lessons.

    • Thanks, Tim. I’m glad to hear that 🙂 Spanish verb HABER is a very important verb. It behaves similar to the verb TO HAVE as an auxiliary verb, and similar to the verb TO BE when talking about what there is and what there isn’t. Remember you can also find the notes if you go to the Index.

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