Do you want to know how to form the past tense of AR verbs in Spanish using Haber?
Haber as you may know already is a helper or linking verb used in Spanish for quite a few things. To form the past tense of Spanish verbs you will need to use the correct conjugated form of haber along with the subject used. Being that on this post we will focus primarily on -ar Spanish verbs, let’s use hablar as an example.
Hablar means “to speak or talk” in Spanish.
yo he hablado I have spoken
tú has hablado you have spoken (informal)
él ha hablado he has spoken
ella ha hablado she has spoken
usted ha hablado you have spoken (formal)
nosotros hemos hablado we have spoken
ustedes han hablado you all have spoken
ellos han hablado (they have spoken/can be all males or mixed group)
ellas han hablado (they have spoken/all female group)
Now that you have learned how to form the past tense of AR verbs in Spanish using haber, lets take a look at a few written examples below.
Yo he hablado hoy con mi maestro de ciencia acerca del examen. I have spoken today to my science teacher about the test.
Ellas han hablado con sus amigas. They have spoken or have talked with their friends.
Ha hablado Pablo con su hermano? Has Pablo spoken with his brother?
As you can see, forming the past tense of AR verbs in Spanish using haber is quite easy. If you have additional questions about these and need Spanish tutoring services, feel free to contact us today.