Haber Conjugation: Imperative, Conditional & Subjunctive Moods

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Select the form of the verb haber that best fills in the blank:

_____ unas veinte personas en el cine. (There would be around 20 people in the cinema.)

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1.

Select the form of the verb haber that best fills in the blank:


Espero que _____ pasado unas vacaciones estupendas. (I hope you have had a great vacation.)

2.

Select the form of the verb haber that best fills in the blank:


¿Qué _____ hecho en esa situación? (What would you have done in that situation?)

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

See what you understand about the conjugations of 'haber' in the imperative, conditional and subjunctive. Examples on the quiz include how to make a statement in Spanish about the number of people in a movie and how to wish somebody well for their vacation.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You'll be quizzed on these key points:

  • How to conjugate 'haber' when it is used with the meaning of 'to be'
  • The form of 'haber' that follows 'espero que'
  • 'Haber' in the conditional and subjunctive

Skills Practiced

  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding 'haber' in the imperative, conditional and subjunctive and interpret it correctly
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding conjugating 'haber' in the third person singular
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to determine whether to use the conditional or subjunctive forms of 'haber'

Additional Learning

Learn more about the topic via the lesson called Haber Conjugation: Imperative, Conditional & Subjunctive Moods. Follow along via these study points:

  • The meaning of 'haber'
  • What an impersonal verb is
  • How to use the third person singular
  • Definition of an auxiliary verb
  • The structure of 'haber' and a participle in a sentence
  • Imperative, conditional subjunctive forms of 'haber' with pronunciations and translations
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