Presentación del tema: "Present Perfect Spanish 3 Honors. Present Perfect The present perfect is used to describe an action that was completed in the very recent past. It is."— Transcripción de la presentación:
Present Perfect The present perfect is used to describe an action that was completed in the very recent past. It is formed by using the present tense of the verb “haber” and the past participle.
Present Perfect Do you remember other forms of the verb “haber?” -hay -> present -había -> imperfect -hubo -> preterite -haya -> present subjunctive
Present Perfect Chart for “haber”: Yo -> he Tú -> has Él/ella/usted -> ha Nosotros -> hemos Ellos/ellas/ustedes -> han
Present Perfect How to form the past participle? Start with the verb Drop the –ar, -er, -ir Add –ado (for –ar verbs) or –ido (for –er/-ir verbs) Ex: hablar -> hablado comer -> comido
Present Perfect Haber + Past Participle I have talked Yo he hablado You have lived Tú has vivido
Present Perfect Practice a few on your own: The students have arrived to school. I have eaten pizza. My friends have stayed at the hotel. We have considered going to the movies. You have studied for the test.
Present Perfect Practice a few on your own: Mis amigos han llegado a la escuela. Yo he comido pizza. Mis amigos se han quedado al hotel. Hemos considerado ir al cine. Tú has estudiado para el examen.
Present Perfect Some verbs have an IRREGULAR participle: Decir-> dicho Hacer-> hecho Escribir-> escrito Freír-> frito Romper-> roto Ver-> visto
Present Perfect Some verbs have an IRREGULAR participle: Abrir-> abierto Cubrir-> cubierto Poner-> puesto Morir-> muerto Volver-> vuelto Devolver-> devuelto
Present Perfect MORE practice with irregulars: The students have written an essay. I have returned the book. My friends have broken the computer. The man has died. You have put the book in your backpack.
Present Perfect MORE practice with irregulars: Los estudiantes han escrito un ensayo. Yo he devuelto el libro. Mis amigos han roto la computadora. El hombre ha muerto. Tú has puesto el libro en la mochila.
Present Perfect Here are some expressions that are commonly used words and phrases: Ya Todavía no Hasta ahora Jamás nunca
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