Spanish Auxiliary Verb
The Spanish verb haber has irregular conjugations.
|él, ella, Ud.||ha||ellos, ellas, Uds.||han|
As an auxiliary verb in the compound tenses, haber means "to have."
|¿Has comido?||Have you eaten?|
|Ya he comido aquí.||I’ve already eaten here.|
Haber has a different conjugation as an impersonal verb: hay, which means "there is/are."
|¿Hay un problema?||Is there a problem?|
|Hay mucha gente.||There are a lot of people.|