When Not to Use

DianaA1Kwiziq community member

When Not to Use

Is "hay" only for present tense? 

Are there different words for "there were" and "there will be"?

Asked 10 months ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Diana 

Yes, haber, used as an impersonal verb, i.e to say there is, there was, there will be, etc has a form for each tense. Have a look here

Seeing these forms out of context is tricky so I recommend you have a look at some of the lessons we have for "conjugate haber in...". You can search for these lessons in the library. Here are some

I hope it helps.

Saludos

 

When Not to Use

Is "hay" only for present tense? 

Are there different words for "there were" and "there will be"?

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