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Title: Presente Perfecto


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Presente Perfecto
  • Present Perfect

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Present Perfect
  • this tense indicates that an action was completed
    (finished or perfected) at some point in the
    past or that the action extends to the present.
  • I have walked two miles already. (but Im still
    walking)
  • I have run the Boston marathon. (but that was
    sometime ago)

3
The Present Perfect
  • In English we form the Present Perfect tense by
    conjugating the verb HAVE and adding the past
    participle of the verb
  • Ex he has seen,
  • have you tried?
  • they havent eaten.

4
The Present Perfect
  • We generally use the Spanish present perfect in
    the same way we use its English equivalent ?
  • ? We use it to describe an action completed that
    has just finished

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Presente Perfecto ? FORMS
  • Yo he ADO
  • Tu has AR verbs
  • El, ella ha Stem
  • Ns. hemos
  • Vs. Habéis IDO
  • Ellos, ellas han (ER, IR vbs.)

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Presente Perfecto
  • Expressions frequently used with Present Perfect
  • YA already, yet
  • TODAVIA NO not yet
  • JAMÁS ever, never
  • NUNCA never
  • SIEMPRE - always

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The Present Perfect
  • No he reparado la bicicleta todavía.
  • I havent repaired the bicycle yet.

8
The Present Perfect
  • Notice that when the past participle is used
    with forms of haber, the final -o never changes.

9
The Present Perfect
  • Certain verbs that have a double vowel in the
    infinitive form except those with the double
    vowel ui (construir / huir) require an accent
    mark on the i in the past participle.

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The Present Perfect
caído
  • Caer
  • Leer
  • Oír
  • Creer
  • Traer
  • Reír

leído
oído
creído
traído
reído
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The Present Perfect
  • Notice that we place no and other negative words,
    object pronouns, and reflexive pronouns directly
    in front of the form of the verb haber.

12
The Present Perfect
  • Has visto esa película alguna vez?
  • No, no la he visto nunca.

13
The Present Perfect
  • Some verbs have irregular past participles.
  • Memorize this acronym
  • REVV MAC PHDD

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  • R roto
  • E escrito
  • V visto
  • V vuelto
  • M muerto
  • A abierto
  • C cubierto
  • P puesto
  • H hecho
  • D dicho
  • D devuelto

Romper Escribir Ver Volver Morir Abrir Cubrir
Poner Hacer Decir Devolver
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Taken from http/mrsshirley.net
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