The Present Perfect Tense

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abrir

abierto

cubrir

cubierto

decir

dicho

escribir

escrito

hacer

hecho

morir

muerto

poner

puesto

romper

roto

volver

vuelto

Rule of Present Perfect Tense

Haber + Past Participle

Conjugation for Haber

He - Has - Ha - Hemos - Habeis - Han

Past Participle - AR Verbs

Haber + Ado

Past Participle - ER Verbs

Haber + Ido

When is the present perfect tense used?

The present perfect tense is used when discussing what has or has not happened.

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