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Participio Pasado Como Adjetivo

Past participle as an adjective

Jake Bautista

on 15 November 2012

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Transcript of Participio Pasado Como Adjetivo

PARTICIPIO PASADO COMO ADJETIVO Clase De Español OBJETIVO: In This Lesson You Will Be Able To Past participles How do you form the past participle as an adjective in spanish? Irregular past participles Some verbs have irregular past participles.
Memorize these acronyms: What is a past participle? The past participle (el participio) is a very useful form of a verb which can function as an adjective or as a verb in conjunction with haber to form the perfect tenses. Mas Ejemplos... As an adjective: -To form the past participle of a verb in spanish, you add -ado to the stem of -ar verbs and -ído to the stem of most -er/-ir verbs. Understand what is a past participle in spanish.
Learn how to form the past participle as an adjective.
Identify some of irregular participles in spanish. Infinitive Stem Past Participle Contaminar



Esconder -Uses As a verb: As a form of the present perfect tenses, the past participle describes what a person "has" done in most cases. Formula: Haber + past participle To have + past participle Ejemplo: Yo he jugado football con mis amigos. I have played soccer with my friends. Many adjectives we use in spanish are the verb form called past participle. When we use the past participle as an adjective, it must agree with gender and number with the noun or pronoun it modifies. We frequently use estar with the past participle to describe a condition that exists or existed in the past. Ejemplos: -El aire está muy contaminado. -Las luces estaban apagadas. -Las puertas estaban cerradas. -Example -CerrAR-Cerr-CerrADO-to be closed. -AbuurrIR-Aburr-AburrIDO-to be bored. REVV MAC PHDD R
V roto
vuelto M
C muerto
cubierto P
D puesto
devuelto Contamin Dorm Situ Esconder -ado -ido -ado -ido
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