PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE<br />El presente perfecto se usa para narrar hechos que ya han concluido pero en un tiempo breve co...
Afirmativo:Sujeto+ have/has + past participle.Ejemplos: I have eaten an apple.He has bought me a car.Negativo:sujeto+ have...
FOR Y SINCE: sirven para delimitar el tiempo de la acción del verbo. I havelivedhereforfouryears.I havelivedheresince 2004...
PERFECT PROGRESSIVE<br />We use the present perfect CONTINUOUS to talk about unfinished actions that started in the past a...
She has been painting a picture the whole day.The present perfect continuous can also be used to express something the spe...
Affirmativesubject + have/has + been + 1 &gt; &quot;ing&quot;I have been going to New York Negativesubject + haven&apos;t ...
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Presente Perfecto

  1. 1. PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE<br />El presente perfecto se usa para narrar hechos que ya han concluido pero en un tiempo breve como hace dos horas o en menos de un día. El verbo en presentperfect, se construye con el auxiliar have o has, si es en tercera persona, he, she, it, MAS EL PARTICIPIO DEL VERBO. <br />
  2. 2. Afirmativo:Sujeto+ have/has + past participle.Ejemplos: I have eaten an apple.He has bought me a car.Negativo:sujeto+ haven&apos;t/ hasn´t+ past participleTheyhaven´tstudiedfortheexam PreguntaHave/has+ sujeto+ pastparticiple?How much times have you seen that film?<br />
  3. 3. FOR Y SINCE: sirven para delimitar el tiempo de la acción del verbo. I havelivedhereforfouryears.I havelivedheresince 2004.EVER: se usa para expresar lo más interesante, lo más divertido que he leído, visto U oído. (O PREGUNTAS SOBRE ALGUNA EXPERIENCIA).Haveyoueverbeen in Mexico? Have you ever drank Tequila?<br />
  4. 4. PERFECT PROGRESSIVE<br />We use the present perfect CONTINUOUS to talk about unfinished actions that started in the past and are continuing now.subject + have / has + been + 1 &gt; &quot;ing“I have been baking this cake. The present perfect continuous is also used to express actions that are not finished and were progressive in the past. <br />
  5. 5. She has been painting a picture the whole day.The present perfect continuous can also be used to express something the speaker has been meaning to do for a while, an intention or thought. She has been trying to get hold of you for hours. <br />
  6. 6. Affirmativesubject + have/has + been + 1 &gt; &quot;ing&quot;I have been going to New York Negativesubject + haven&apos;t / hasn&apos;t + been + 1 &gt; &quot;ing&quot;I haven&apos;t been going to New York InterrogativeHave / Has + subject + been + 1 &gt; &quot;ing&quot; ?Have I been going to New York? <br />

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