  FOR ACTIONS WHICH HAPPENED AT AN   UNSPECIFIED TIME IN THE PAST. THE EXACT   TIME IS NOT MENTIONED BECAUSE IT ISN’T   I...
 For actions which started in the past and  are still going on in the present.Example:She has been a nurse since 1990 (el...
Example: He has eaten too much.(como resultado, que ahoratiene un malestar estomacal).   With today , this morning/aftern...
LONG FORM                 SHORT FORMI                        I                                        ‘VE                 ...
LONG FORM                  SHORT FORMI                      I            HAVE NOT                    HAVEN’TYOU          W...
INTERROGATIVE FORM               SHORT ANSWERS                I   HAVE                              YES, I/YOU HAVE       ...
Para los verbos regulares, el participio pasado seforma tomando el propio verbo y agregando "ed",   o "d“ si termina en vo...
WE FORM THE PAST      EXAMPLES:  PARTICIPE OF        BASE FORM   PAST PARTICIPE  IRREGULAR VERBS     be          been  DIF...
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  1. 1.  FOR ACTIONS WHICH HAPPENED AT AN UNSPECIFIED TIME IN THE PAST. THE EXACT TIME IS NOT MENTIONED BECAUSE IT ISN’T IMPORTANTExamples:Jeremy has bought a newcar. (no mencionamos elTiempo exacto porque noEs importante
  2. 2.  For actions which started in the past and are still going on in the present.Example:She has been a nurse since 1990 (ella comenzo a trabajarComo enfermera en 1990, ytodavía es una enfermera hoy For actions which have recently finished and their results are visible in the present.
  3. 3. Example: He has eaten too much.(como resultado, que ahoratiene un malestar estomacal). With today , this morning/afternoon, etc,when these periods of time are not over at the time of speaking.Example:He has made ten cakes this morning (sigue siendo la mañana, por lo que esteperíodo de tiempo no ha terminado
  4. 4. LONG FORM SHORT FORMI I ‘VE HAVE WORKEDYOU YOU WORKEDHE HE HAS ‘SSHE SHE WORKED WORKEDIT ITWE WE HAVE ‘VEYOU WORKED YOU WORKEDTHEY THEY
  5. 5. LONG FORM SHORT FORMI I HAVE NOT HAVEN’TYOU WORKED YOU WORKEDHE HESHE HAS NOT SHE HASN’T WORKED WORKEDIT ITWE WEYOU HAVE NOT YOU HAVEN’T WORKED WORKEDTHEY THEY
  6. 6. INTERROGATIVE FORM SHORT ANSWERS I HAVE YES, I/YOU HAVE YOU WORKED…? NO,I/YOU HAVEN’T. HE HAS SHE WORKED…? YES, HE,SHE,IT HAS IT NO,HE/SHE/IT HASN’T WE YES,WE/YOU/THEY HAVE YOU HAVE WORKED…? NO,WE/YOU/THEY THEY HAVEN’T
  7. 7. Para los verbos regulares, el participio pasado seforma tomando el propio verbo y agregando "ed", o "d“ si termina en vocal. Si termina en "y", se cambia por "ied".EXAMPLES:We have played tennis for two hours.Hemos jugado tenis por dos horas.She has arrived late again.Ha llegado tarde de nuevo.You have studied a lot.Has estudiado mucho
  8. 8. WE FORM THE PAST EXAMPLES: PARTICIPE OF BASE FORM PAST PARTICIPE IRREGULAR VERBS be been DIFFERENTLY begin begunLOS VERBOS EN PAST catch caught PARTICIPE CAMBIAN Feel felt COMPLETAMENTE hear heard
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