2Have you tried? they haven’t eaten. The Present Perfect In English we form the Present Perfect tense by conjugating the verb “HAVE” and adding the past participle of the verbEx: he has seen,Have you tried?they haven’t eaten.
3We use it to describe an action completed that has just finished The Present PerfectWe generally use the Spanish present perfect in the same way we use its English equivalent We use it to describe an action completed that has just finished
4Presente Perfecto FORMS Yo he Tu has ADO El, ella + ha + Stem + (AR vbs) Ns. hemos Vs. Habéis IDO Ellos, ellas han (ER, IR vbs.)
5Presente Perfecto Expressions frequently used with Present Perfect YA – already, yetTODAVIA NO – not yetJAMAS – ever, neverNUNCA – neverSIEMPRE - always
6No he reparado la bicicleta todavía. The Present PerfectNo he reparado la bicicleta todavía.I haven’t repaired the bicycle yet.
7The Present PerfectCertain verbs that have a double vowel in the infinitive form [except those with the double vowel ui – (construir / huir)] require an accent mark on the i in the past participle.