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Pres. Perf. Subj.

How is it formed? Present Subjunctive of Haber + past participle
Present Subjunctive of Haber? haya hayas haya hayamos hayáis hayan
How is it used? to refer to recently completed actions or past actions that still bear relevance in the present. It is used mainly in the subordinate clause of a sentence whose main clause expresses will, emotion, doubt, or uncertainty.
Differences between the Subjunctives (we learned so far)? Pres. Subj. (Las empresas BUSCAN empleados que HABLEN varios idiomas) Pres. Perf. Subj.(PREFIEREN contratar a los que HAYAN VIAJADO al extranjero) Past Subj. (Antes, casi todas INSISTÍAN en que los solicitantes TUVIERAN cinco años de experiencia)
Created by: jessi3996