spanish test 2 review - Past participle AR verbsdrop AR add...

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Past participle –AR verbs—drop –AR add –ADO Past participle –ER/IR verbs—drop –ER add –IDO Past part irreg—abierto, cubierto, dicho, escrito, hecho, ido, puesto, roto, visto, vuelto Present perfect use—Haber+past part. Used to refer to past action/event having some bearing on present. Haber agrees w/subject, past part is unchanging. Haber and past participle NEVER separate, obj pronouns/neg words always placed BEFORE haber. ESTAR+past particple—used to describe state/condition caused by previous action Me jefe (haber dudar) una computadora muy bueno—ha dado Marisa (haber preparer) la hoja electronica—ha preparado I haven’t prepared it—No la he preparado Have you opened it?—La has abierto? (haber tener) experiencia en hacer disenos?—has tenido Ya (haber usar) la impresora?—ha usado Estoy buscando el cajero. Lo (ver)?—visto HABER+past participle—he, has, ha, hamos, han = PRESENT PERFECT past part: have believed—creído past part: have read—leído past part: have heard—oído past part: have brought—traído have opened—abierto have covered—cubierto have said—dicho have written—escrito have done/made—hecho have gone—ido have put—puesto have broken—roto have seen—visto have returned—vuelto We have filed/saved the documents—Hemos archivado los documentos The programs are installed—los programas están instalados Have you already used the printer?—Ya has usado la impresora? Im looking for the automatic teller. Have you seen it?—Estoy buscando el cajero automatic. Lo has visto? My boss has given me a very good cellular phone—Mi jefe me ha dado un teléfono móvil muy bueno. Maris has prepared the spreadsheet—Marisa ha preparado la hoja electronica I haven’t prepared it—No la he preparado Have you opened it?—La has abierto? Have you had experience in doing designs?—Has tenido experiencia en hacer diseños? We saw the conferences recorded by our supervisor—Vimos las conferencias grabadas por nuestro supervisor There are many programs written in Visual Basic—Hay muchos programas escritos en Visual Basic Present subjunctive HABER + past participle—when the main clause expresses a wish, emotion, doubt, denial, etc pertaining to the subject of another clause. Usu the verb in main clause is the present tense HABER present subj + past part—haya, hayas, haya, hayamos, hayan We doubt that Antonio has been nominated for governor—Dudamos que Antonio haya sido nominado para gobernador I hope that the computer has worked well—Espero que la computadora haya funcionado bien Future –AR—after –AR ending, add é, ás, á, emos, án
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Future –ER/IR— after –ER/IR ending, add é, ás, á, emos, án Tomorrow we will talk with the programmer—Manana hablaremos con la programadora Will you see the program with me?—Verás el programa conmigo? I will study at the university—Estudiaré en la Universidad
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