Sentences Expressing Existence with the Verb Haber  

Basic Spanish Grammar Express Existence with Hay

Present Indicative

The present indicative form of haber is hay:

Hay dos carros rojos en la entrada.
There are two red cars in the driveway.
Hay un señor vendiendo tortillas afuera.
There is a man selling tortillas outside.
Imperfect

The imperfect form of haber is había:

Había muchos problemas con la casa.
There were many problems with the house.
Había un problema muy grave.
There was a serious problem.
Present Subjunctive

The present subjunctive form of haber is haya:

Espero que no haya mucha gente en el partido.
I hope there aren't many people at the game.
Quiero que haya muchas bebidas en la fiesta.
I want there to be a lot of drinks at the party.
Past Subjunctive

The past subjunctive form of haber is hubiera:

Yo esperaba que no hubiera tanta gente en el partido.
I was hoping that there wouldn't be so many people at the game.
Yo quería que hubiera muchas bebidas en la fiesta.
I want there to be a lot of drinks at the party.
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