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Indicative – Present Perfect in Spanish

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We use the Present Perfect to express that an action happened at an unspecified time before now.

 

Examples:

 

Affirmative Form:

  • Yo he visto esa película veinte veces (I have seen that movie twenty times)
  • Joan ha estudiado dos idiomas extranjeros (Joan has studied two foreign languages)
  • Ellos han trabajado mucho pero nadie lo ha notado (They have worked a lot, but nobody has noticed it)
  • Vosotros habéis hecho lo más indicado (You have done the correct thing)

Negative Form:

  • Yo no he visto esa película veinte veces (I haven’t seen that movie twenty times)
  • Joan no ha estudiado dos idiomas extranjeros (Joan hasn’t studied two foreign languages)
  • Ellos no han trabajado mucho aunque nadie lo ha notado (They haven’t worked a lot, although nobody has noticed it)
  • Vosotros no habéis hecho lo más indicado (You haven’t done the correct thing)

The Present Perfect conjugation of the model regular verbs (ar, er, ir) is:

 

 

Amar

Correr

Yo

he amado

he corrido

has amado

has corrido

usted, él, ella

ha amado

ha corrido

nosotros o nosotras

hemos amado

hemos corrido

vosotros o vosotras

habéis amado

habéis corrido

ustedes, ellos, ellas

han amado

han corrido

 

 

Partir

Yo

he partido

has partido

usted, él, ella

ha partido

nosotros o nosotras

hemos partido

vosotros o vosotras

habéis partido

ustedes, ellos, ellas

han partido

 

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