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El presente perfecto - The Present Perfect Tense

El presente perfecto - The Present Perfect Tense

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Author: Melissa Schenck
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To be able to talk/ask about past experiences without a specific date/time attached - EX: Have you ever...? Never have I ever...  

Or experiences that have happened multiple times and continue into the present. - EX: Yo he viajado a Canada dos veces.

This is a great tense for talking about life experiences. Have you ever... Never have I ever... etc.  Please watch the videos and fill out the tutorial. Disregard anything they say about the "subjunctive". Skip last minute in second video.

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Tutorial

El presente perfecto - video 1

This tutorial will help you learn the basic rules for the formation of the present perfect. Be sure to take notes!!!

Source: Spanishdict.com

El present perfecto - Video 2

This video will show you some of the main irregulars. You can skip the last minute of the video completely.

Source: Spanishdict.com

El presente perfecto - The Present Perfect Form

Please watch the videos and fill out the tutorial. Disregard anything they say about the "subjunctive". Skip last minute in second video.

Source: Melissa Schenck