‘Haber’ As an Auxiliary Verb: It’s Perfect!
Perfect Tenses Indicate Completed Actions
“Haber” is an irregular verb that means “to have” in the sense of having done something, or “there is” or “there are”. It is used mostly as an auxilliary verb to form the perfect compound tenses (has/had done, etc.)
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