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El pasado perfecto (pluscuamperfecto) El presente perfecto de subjuntivo
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El presente perfecto (Review) You have previously learned to express actions that began in the past and continue into the present by using the equivalent of have/has ______ -ed (form of haber + ado/ido ). The form is the present perfect. En los últimos tres años, muchos amigos se han casado. In the past three years, many of my friends, have gotten married. present perfect .
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El pasado perfecto (pluscuamperfecto) Another perfect tense is the past perfect ( had ___ -ed). In Spanish, as in English, the past perfect is used to indicate that an action had taken place. haber Past participle yo él/ella, usted nosotros/as vosotros/as ellos/as, ustedes había habías había habíamos habíais habían celebr ado/ com ido/ discut ido celebr ado/ com ido/ discut ido celebr ado/ com ido/ discut ido celebr ado/ com ido/ discut ido celebr ado/ com ido/ discut ido celebr ado/ com ido/ discut ido celebr ado/ com ido/ discut ido
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