2 Presente perfectoThe present perfect is formed by combining the auxiliary verb “has” or “have” with the past participle.Because the present perfect is a compound tense, two verbs are required:the present tense of the verb haberthe past participle of the main verbpresent tense form of haber + past participle
3 HAberIn the present perfect tense, the conjugated forms of haber translate to “has” or “have.”hehemoshashabéishahan
4 Participios pasadosPast participles are formed by removing the ending of the verb and adding….-ado (for AR verbs)-ido (for ER/IR verbs)In English, past participles usually end in “-ed” or “-en.”For example:comer comido = eatenbailar bailado = danced
6 AccentsAlso, -ER and –IR verbs whose stem ends in an “e” or “i” have an accent of the “i” in –ido.oir oídoheardleer leídoreadcaer caídofallentraer traídobrought
7 Ejemplos Yo he estudiado mucho para el examen I have studied a lot for the test.Mi amigo ha descubierto un programa interesante en la tele.My friend has discovered an interesting program on TV.¿Has leído el libro?Have you read the book?
8 My sister has set the table. Have you tried watermelon with salt? prácticaMy sister has set the table.Have you tried watermelon with salt?We have eaten a healthy breakfast.They have fried the potatoes.They have started the delicious dessert.