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Homework Help: Spanish / Perfect Tenses

Posted by Jessie on Wednesday, October 10, 2007 at 4:06pm.

I know that haber is used as an auxilary verb and is used with other verbs to say things like "I have [verb]" or "I had [verb]". I know that in order to say "I had walked", you would say "Habia caminado". How would you say "I had been walking"? Is haber used in a different tense, or is it not used at all?

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