PRESENT PERFECT.

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the present perfect is very important.

Resource summary

Flowchart nodes

  • The present perfect is more or less equivalent to the perfect preterite of Spanish.
  • We use it for actions in the past that are important in the present.
  • The auxiliary verb "to have" is used
  • present
  • past participle
  • verb 
  • sujeto 
  • I you we they 
  • he she it
  • have
  • has 
  • PRESENT PERFECT
  • structure 
  • Affirmative Sentences
  • Negative Sentence
  • Interrogative Sentences
  •  I have [I’ve] talked to Peter.(He hablado con Peter.)  She has [She’s] gone to work.(Ha ido a su trabajo.)
  •  I haven’t talked to Peter.(No he hablado con Peter.)  She hasn’t gone to work.(No ha ido a su trabajo.)
  • Have you talked to Peter?(¿Has hablado con Peter?)  Has she gone to work?(¿Ha ido a su trabajo?)
  • uses 
  • he perfect present is used for actions that occurred in a non-specific time before now
  • You can use the present perfect with non-concrete time expressions
  • never”, “ever”, “many times”, “for”, “since”, “already”
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