PRESENT PERFECT - PRESENT PERFECT 0. You will now learn how...

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PRESENT PERFECT 0. You will now learn how to form the present perfect indicative ( el pretérito perfecto de indicativo ), a compound tense that uses the past participle. 1. The present perfect is used to talk about what someone has done . In Spanish, it is formed with the present tense of the auxiliary verb haber and a past participle. PRESENT TENSE OF HABER SINGULAR FORMS SINGULAR FORMS PLURAL FORMS PLURAL FORMS yo he nosotros/as hemos has vosotros/as habéis Ud. / él / ella ha Uds. / ellos / ellas han 2. The past participle does not change in form when it is part of the present perfect tense; it only changes in form when it is used as an adjective. Clara ha abierto las ventanas. Clara has opened the windows. Las ventanas están abiertas. The windows are open. Yo he cerrado la puerta del gimnasio. I’ve closed the door to the gym. La puerta del gimnasio está cerrada. The door to the gym is closed. 3.
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