108 - It may come as no surprise that the verb is haber...

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Present Perfect Tense Grammar Essential # 108
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Present Perfect definition As a verb form, the most common use of the past participle is to form what are known as the perfect tenses (they are called "perfect" because they refer to actions that have been or will be completed).
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Present perfect In English, the perfect tenses are those formed by using a form of the auxiliary verb "to have" and following it with the past participle; in Spanish, they're formed by using: haber conjugated ("to have") + past participle. Just like in present progressive is estar + present participle.
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Unformatted text preview: It may come as no surprise that the verb is haber , which is translated as the auxiliary verb "to have." As an auxiliary verb, haber in Spanish and "to have" in English are used to form the perfect tenses. I have finished the book. You have eaten the last cookie. Present Perfect - Haber Haber = to have (as an auxiliary) Is not used alone. It is a helping verb. He Hemos Has Habéis Ha Han Making present perfect Make the present perfect by haber (conjugated)+ past participle. I have seen. Yo he visto. You (s. fam.) have won. Tú has ganado....
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course SPAN 103 taught by Professor Dr.lopez during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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