Recent Past.txt

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Recent Past.txt
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Spanish Recent Past
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    • Perfect Tenses
    • Both Spanish and English have perfect tenses to refer to past actions, events, and conditions
  1. Auxilary verb
    Both languages use them
  2. In English, aux verb is
    Have
  3. In Spanish, aux verb is
    Haber
  4. _____ is never used as aux, _____ is.
    • Tener
    • Haber
  5. Aux is followed by
    Past participle
  6. Present perfect refers to
    Past event, action, or condition that has some relation to the present
  7. So to form present perfect it is:
    Present tense of Haber + past participle
  8. Present tense of Haber (aux verb)
    • He
    • Has
    • Ha
    • Hemos
    • Habe'is
    • Han
  9. Past participle of main verb
    -ar
    • Ends with
    • -ado
  10. -er/-ir past participle
    -ido
  11. In English, past participles end in
    • -ed/-en
    • Finished
    • Eaten
  12. If stem of verb ends in vowel then
    Add accent to i of -ido
  13. Some -er/-ir verbs that are irregular
    Hacer, Poner, Ver, decir, abrir, romper, volver, escribir, cubrir, morir
  14. Hacer
    Hecho
  15. Poner
    Puesto
  16. Romper
    Roto
  17. Ver
    Visto
  18. Volver
    Vuelto
  19. Abrir
    Abierto
  20. Escribir
    Escrito
  21. Cubrir
    Cubierto
  22. Decir
    Dicho
  23. Morir
    Muerto
  24. Object and Reflexive verb go
    Before aux verb (haber)
  25. _____ goes between Haber and past participle
    Nothing
  26. Present perfect of hay is:
    Ha Habido
  27. Something Just Happened!
    Present tense of acabar + de + infinitive
  28. A state or condition resulting from past action:
    Estar (conjugated) + past participle
  29. Example of a state or condition resulting from past action:
    • Esta' preparada
    • Esta'n cerrados
  30. If past participle used as an adjective
    It agrees with noun it modifies
  31. Examples of past part as adj
    • Una puerta cerrada: a closed door
    • Los restaurantes abiertos: a opened restaurant
    • Unas botellas lavadas: some washed dishes

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