Presentation on theme: "El 25 de abril de 2011 Unidad 7, lección 5. Para ahora: Escribe un resumen breve de la fotonovela. Objetivos: 1. Mirar la fotonovela y hacer ejercicios."— Presentation transcript:
Para ahora: Escribe un resumen breve de la fotonovela. Objetivos: 1. Mirar la fotonovela y hacer ejercicios de comprensión 2. Aprender el pretérito perfecto de indicativo 3. Practicarlo Tarea: WS de 7.1
Often end in –ed To bore bored To turn turned To dance danced Many are irregular To buy bought To read read To drive driven
You can use past participles in two main ways: The perfect tenses ▪ I have done my homework ▪ I had done my homework As adjectives ▪ I am bored ▪ We have the table set
The present perfect expresses things you “have done” I have completed my homework She has washed the dishes. We have gone to the supermarket. Two parts to the present perfect: haber Participio pasado
ESPAÑOLINGLÉS He estado a dieta. Has estado a dieta. Ha estado a dieta. Hemos estado a dieta. Habéis estado a dieta. Han estado a dieta. I have been on a diet. You (inf.) have been on a diet. You (f)/ He / She has been on a diet. We have been on a diet. You (inf. pl.) have been on a diet. You (f. pl) / They have been on a diet.
In the present perfect, the past participle does not change endings for gender/agreement He hecho la tarea.I have done the homework. La tarea está hecha.The homework is done.
Unlike English, the two verbs in the sentence cannot be separated by any word. Siempre hemos vivido en Bolivia. ▪ We have always lived in Bolivia. Yo no he comido la merienda. ▪ I have not eaten the snack.
Hay = there are, there is Ha habido = there has been, there have been Ejemplos Ha habido muchos problemas con el nuevo profesor. ▪ There have been a lot of problems with the new professor. Ha habido un accidente en la calle Central. ▪ There has been an accident on Central Street.
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