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Have Conjugations — Spanish Verb Conjugation

Spine/Back/Would/Will

Spine have verbs use the following chart. Some examples of how these would be used are “I had eaten” and “She had studied”. First you conjugate “haber” or “have” in the “spine” or “preterite” tense.


Have Verbs + Spine

Haber (had)

hube

hubimos

hubiste

habisteis

hubo

hubieron


ar verb stem +ado
OR
er/ir verb stem +ido

Then you put the appropriate “a-d-o” or “i-d-o” ending on the verbs.

Although the “Spine” or “Preterite” tense is used frequently, with “have” verbs it isn’t so common. It is much more common to use “back” or “imperfect” have verbs for communicating past tense. The implied meaning is the same as the Spine or Preterite tense. Examples would be “I had eaten” and “She had studied”. Here’s how to conjugate them: First you conjugate “haber” or “have” in the “Back” or “Imperfect” tense:

Have Verbs + Back

Haber (had)

había

habíamos

habías

habíais

había

habían


Then you put the appropriate “a-d-o” or “i-d-o” ending on the verbs.

A few examples are:

She had spoken (Ella hablar)                                      Había hablado 
I had eaten (Yo comer)                                               Había comido
We had washed our hands (nosotros)                         Nos habíamos lavado las manos

Next we’ll cover “have” verbs using “would” or the “conditional” tense. Examples of this tense are: “I would have eaten” or “She would have studied”. First you conjugate “haber” or “have” in the “would” or “conditional” tense:


Have Verbs + Would

Haber (would have)

habría

habríamos

habrías

habríais

habría

habrían


ar verb stem +ado
OR
er/ir verb stem +ido

Then you put the appropriate “a-d-o” or “i-d-o” ending on the verbs.

A few examples are:

She would have spoken (Ella hablar)                          Habría hablado 
I would have eaten (Yo comer)                                  Habría comido
We would have washed our hands (nosotros)            Nos habríamos lavado las manos

Finally in this lesson we’ll cover future “have” verbs. Examples of this tense are. “I will have eaten” or “She will have studied”. First you conjugate “haber” or “have” in the “will” or “future” tense:

Have Verbs + Will

Haber (will have)

habré

habremos

habrás

habréis

habrá

habrán


ar verb stem +ado
OR
er/ir verb stem +ido

Then you put the appropriate “a-d-o” or “i-d-o” ending on the verbs.

A few examples are:

She will have spoken (Ella hablar)                              Habrá hablado 
I will have eaten (Yo comer)                                      Habré comido
We will have washed our hands (nosotros)                Nos habremos lavado las manos

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