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Transcript of PRESENT PERFECT
We use the present perfect for actions that have ocurred in the moment but had relevance in the present .
The verb is base with the auxiliar verb. (has, have)
I have eaten an apple.
(Me he comido una manzana.)
I've never been in Paris.
(Nunca he estado en Paris.)
How many times have you seen that film?
(¿Cuantas veces has visto esa película?)
p.p + have/has + verb in past participle + Complement
He has bought a car.
(Él ha comprado un coche.)
She hasn't finished yet.
(Ella aún no ha terminado.)
Have you been in the party?
(¿Has estado en la fiesta?)
I have seen that film many times
*Yes, I have been in the party
*No, I haven`t been in the party
WITH FOR AND SINCE
used to delimit the time of the action of the verb
I have been here
ne year. (Llevo un año aquí.)
I have lived here
2011 (Vivo aquí desde 2011.)
I haven't seen them
a long time.
(No les veo desde hace mucho tiempo.)
I haven't been here
I was a kid.
(No he estado aquí desde que era crío.)
Establish actions that have not yet finished
(Yet only is use in negative and interrogative)
(Already only is use in affirmative)
Whith already, (not) yet & just
Just: I have
done my homework
(Acabo de hacer mis deberes.)
Already: I have
done my homework
(Ya he hecho mis deberes.)
(not) yet: (
todavía no, aún
) I haven't done my homework yet
(Todavía no he hecho mis deberes.)