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Chapter 14 - vuelto When using past participle as an...

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Chapter 14 Past participle used as an adjective Formation of the past participle -ar verbs: add ‘-ado’ to stem -er/-ir verbs: add ‘-ido’ to stem hablar hablado comer comido vivir vivido Use accent mark when stem ends in a vowel caer caído traer traído oir oído leer leído creer creído reír reído Some verbs have irregular past participles abrir abierto cubrir cubierto decir dicho descubrir descubierto escribir escrito hacer hecho morir muerto poner puesto resolver resuelto romper roto ver visto volver
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Unformatted text preview: vuelto When using past participle as an adjective, change ending to agree with noun being modified • cerrado cerrada Present perfect indicative (pluperfect indicative) and present perfect subjunctive (pluperfect subjunctive) passive compound tense used with auxiliary verb haber haber + past participle Indicative Subjunctive he haya has hayas ha haya hemos hayamos habéis hayáis han hayan object pronouns precede the auxiliary verb and past participle • Me he divertido mucho. • Le han escrito la carta....
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course SPA 1402 taught by Professor Johnson during the Fall '07 term at Baylor.

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