haber - imperfect  

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The imperfect tense of haber is había.
 Había means there was or there were.

Había catorce llaves en la mesa.
     There were 14 keys on the table.

Había un problema muy grave.
     There was a very serious problem.

¿Había algunos testigos?
     Were there any witnesses?

Había mucha cola.
     There was a long line.

Había unas treinta personas.
     There were about thirty people.


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