VERBO "HAVER"

Professor Leo Garbarski

THERE IS, THERE ARE, THERE WAS, THERE WERE, THERE WILL BE, THERE
HAS BEEN, THERE HAVE BEEN.
THERE IS significa EXISTE
THERE ARE significa EXISTEM
THERE WILL BE significa HAVERÁ
O verbo HAVER no passado é THERE WAS ou THERE WERE
THERE HAS/HAVE BEEN é o verbo HAVER no PRESENT PERFECT.

Exemplos:
There is a big tree in the garden.
Is there a good film on TV this evening ?
There are some big trees in the garden.
Are there any letters for me today ?
I was hungry but there wasn't anything to eat.
Was there a good film on TV yesterday evening ?
There were 250 rooms.
Were there any letters for me yesterday morning ?
Do you think there will be a lot of people at the party on Saturday ?
There will be some rain in the afternoon.
Compare:
There was an accident last night (com tempo definido)
There has been an accident. ( sem tempo definido )

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