Present Perfect Tense or the Immediate Past

Present Perfect Tense or the Immediate Past



By the end of this lesson, students will be able to exchange information through conversations, oral presentations, essays and/or emails on familiar topics such as health and fitness and events reflecting the present perfect or the immediate past.

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Narrating events in the recent past: The present Perfect Tense

In this video, you will learn how to use the present perfect tense or in Spanish the Pretérito Perfecto in order to describe actions or events in the immediate past.

Source: Claudia Larrotta