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The Present Perfect

What does the el pretérito perfecto express? It expresses what has happened and refers to recently completed actions or to a past that still bears relevance in the present.
The Formation of the Present Perfect? Present Tense of the verb HABER + past participle.
Present Form of Haber? He Has Ha Hemos Habéis Han
Formation of regular Past Participles? -ar verbs (-ado to stem) -er & -ir (-ido to stem)
To express that something HAS JUST HAPPENED, use...? acabar de + [Infinitive], not the present perfect.
What happens when the stem of an -er or -ir verb ends in a, e, or o ? The past participle requires a written accent (-ído) NO ENDING CHANGE needed when stem ends in U!
Irregular Past Participles? abrir-abierto cubrir-cubierto decir-dicho descubrir-descubierto escribir-escrito hacer-hecho morir-muerto poner-puesto resolver-resuelto romper-roto ver-visto volver-vuelto
Where do you put "no" and pronouns in a present perfect sentence? Before the verb HABER.
Created by: jessi3996