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Have Subjunctive — Spanish Verb Conjugation

Subjunctive Have verbs use the following chart. Some examples of how these would be used are "She hopes I have gone" which would be "Espera que yo haya ido” and "He doubts they have practiced" which would be "Él duda que ellos hayan practicado." To conjugate “have” verbs in the subjunctive tense, look at the following verb chart.

Have Verbs + Subjunctive

Haber (have)

haya

hayamos

hayas

hayáis

haya

hayan


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

 After the subjunctive form of “haber”, you put the appropriate “a-d-o” or “i-d-o” ending on the verb that follows.

A few more examples are:

She hopes they have spoken (Ella hablar)                               Espera que hayan hablado 
I doubt they have eaten (Yo comer)                                       Dudo que hayan comido
I don’t think they have washed their hands (nosotros)          No pienso que se hayan lavado las manos.  

Past Subjunctive Have verbs use the following chart. Some examples of how these would be used are “She hoped I had gone” which would be “Esperaba que yo hubiera ido” and “He doubted they had practiced” which would be “Él dudaba que ellos hubieran practicado.”

To conjugate “have” verbs in the past subjunctive tense, look at the following verb chart.


Have Verbs + Past Subjunctive

Haber (had)

hubiera

hubiéramos

hubieras

hubierais

hubiera

hubieran


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

After the past subjunctive form of “haber”, you put the appropriate “a-d-o” or “i-d-o” ending on the verb that follows.

A few more examples are:

She hoped they had spoken (Ella hablar)                                           Esperaba que hubieran hablado 
I doubted they had eaten (Yo comer)                                                Dudaba que hubieran comido
I didn’t think they had washed their hands (nosotros)                      No pensaba que se hubieran lavado las manos.

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