2Presente 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
3HAberIn the present perfect tense, the conjugated forms of haber translate to “has” or “have.”hehemoshashabéishahan
4Participios 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
6AccentsAlso, -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
7Ejemplos 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?
8My 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.