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The Present Perfect - Irregulars

The present perfect is a compound tense in both spanish and English. Compound tenses include two parts: an auxiliary verb and a past participle. In Spanish, the verb haber serves as the auxiliary verb and is conjugated in the present tense to form the first element of the present perfect. The past participle of regular verbs is formed by removing the infinitive ending (-ar, -er, or -ir) and adding -ado for -ar verbs and -ido for -er and -ir verbs. **The present perfect is used to talk about acti…

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I have read. (leer)
He leído.
You have opened. (abrir)
Has abierto.
We have covered. (cubrir)
Hemos cubierto.
You (plural, vosotros) said. (decir)
Habéis dicho.
They have written. (escribir)
Han escrito.
He has done. (hacer)
Ha hecho.
The flower has died. (morir)
La flor ha muerto.
I have put. (poner)
He puesto.
I have broken. (romper)
He roto.
We have seen. (ser)
Hemos sido.
They have returned. (volver)
Han vuelto.
You have returned (an item; devolver)
Has devuelto.
She has fallen. (caer)
Ella ha caído.
You (plural, Spain) have heared. (oír)
Habéis oído.
We have brought. (traer)
Hemos traído.
You (singular, formal) have smiled. (sonreír)
Has sonreído.
I have laughed. (reír)
He reído.
I have gone. (ir)
He ido.
They have read. (leer)
Han leído.
The stuedents have printed. (imprimir)
Han impreso.
We have discovered (descubrir)
Hemos descubierto.
You (plural, not Spain) have believed. (creer)
Han creído.
You (singular, informal) have resolved. (resolver)
Has resuelto.