Hubo in english

Spanish grammar lesson How to say "there is," "there are," "there was," and "there were". The verb "haber" is a very important auxilliary verb, meaning, "to have," used with a past participle, as in, for example, "He has gone," "El ha ido. But "haber" also has another meaning. It is the impersonal verb that means "to be," used in a specific way, as in, for example, "there is snow," "Hay nieve. Notice that in the second example above, the word "hay" is used, not "ha".
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"hubo" in English

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hubo - English translation - Esperanto-English dictionary

The first even has a difinitive ending - it occurred yesterday. Can you help me understand this? When you are telling a story in the past tense in Spanish, any background, setting-the-scene type information is always in the imperfect. The proverbial "It was a dark and stormy night", "It was raining", "It was freezing cold", "The house was quiet" - all of these would be conjugated in the imperfect in Spanish. Even if you say when they occurred, because it's description that sets the scene, it's imperfect. Then, when you begin to tell the action of the story "the robber crept toward the house and entered through a window" , you use the preterit.
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¿qué hay? / ¿qué hubo?

HUBO is a walking humanoid robot, head mounted on a life-size walking bipedal frame, developed by the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology and released on January 6, Hubo has voice recognition and synthesis faculties, as well as sophisticated vision in which its two eyes move independently of one another. Word in Definition.
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