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Perfectos

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Citlalli Del Carpio

on 5 January 2017

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Transcript of Perfectos

Presente y pluscuamPERFECTO
PERFECTOS
The use of compound tenses in Spanish is similar to English.

1. Present perfect: It is used to report an action or event that has recently taken place or been completed and still has a bearing upon the present.

He hablado con Juan.

2. Past perfect: It is used to indicate that an action or event had taken place at some time in the past prior to another past event, stated or implied.

Había salido de la casa sin tomar café.
Forma
The perfect tens is formed with

Haber + Past participle
Nota importante
The auxiliary verb (haber) and the past participle form, he escrito, can never be separated by a negative or a pronoun like in English.
Ejercicio
1. Have you been sick long?
2. I have never seen Paris.
3. I should have left earlier.
4. I could have eaten more rice.
5. He has never gotten married.
Entrevista
Preguntar sobre:

1. Actividades interesantes hechas en estos dos meses.
2. Lugares visitados en el último año.
3. 2 Noticias importantes en estos dos meses.
he/había
has/habías
ha/había
hemos/habíamos
habéis/habíais
han/habían
jug
ado
com
ido
viv
ido
¿
Has probado
anguilas alguna vez?
Have

you ever

tried
eels?

Mario no
se había levantado
temprano en el día.
Mario
had
not
gotten
up early that morning.
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