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The Present Perfect In English, the present perfect can be seen in sentences like: You have not seen anything yet. B.b.b.b.baby you just have not seen anything yet. I have walked for miles and my feet are hurtin. I have run, I have crawled, I have scaled these city walls. These city walls. Have you ever been to electric lady land? In Spanish we use the verb haber in the stead of “have” he hemos has habéis ha han To form the past participle of “ar” verbs, take the stem and add “ado”. For “er” and “ir” verbs take the stem and add “ido”. Bailar: Bail + ado = bailado Comer: Com + ido = comido Vivir: Viv + ido = vivido Nosotros hemos comido paella. Ellos han vivido en Perú. Yo no he hablado con la profesora todavía. Notice that whereas in English you separate “have” from the past participle “spoken” with the
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Unformatted text preview: word “not” (I have not spoken with the professor yet), in Spanish, the negation has to come before the verb haber. That is to say, you cannot separate haber from the participle. In English, the ending “-ed” frequently identifies the past participle . In Spanish, “ado” or “ido” is used. However, just like in English, Spanish has some irregular past participles. abrir – abierto escribir – escrito decir – dicho cubrir – cubierto describir – descrito hacer – hecho descubrir – descubierto ver – visto romper – roto poner – puesto resolver – resuelto volver – vuelto...
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