Present Perfect Progressive Tense

Present Perfect Progressive Tense

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Present Perfect Progressive in Spanish How to conjugate the Present Perfect Progressive tense in Spanish?. It's time to learn the Present Perfect Progressive tense in Spanish. Study the Spanish conjugation with online lessons. Learn the basic grammar rules. ar, er, ir The Present Perfect Progressive is used to speak of an action that began in the past andcontinues in the present. Present Perfect Formula: "Have" /"Has" + "Been" + The Present Participle of the Verb (-ing ending)    Verbs ending in -ar Subject - ar Endings Yo (I) -  he estado+ …ando Tú (You)(Informal) - has estado + …ando Usted (You)(Formal) - ha estado + …ando Él/Ella(He/She) - ha estado + …ando Nosotros(as)(We) - hemos estado + …ando Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) - habéis estado + …ando Ustedes(You)(Formal) - han estado + …ando Ellos(as)(They) - han estado + …ando   Subject - hablar - English translation Yo (I) - He estado hablando - I have been speaking Tú (You)(Informal) - Has estado hablando -You have been speaking Usted (You)(Formal) - Ha estado hablando -You have been speaking…
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Present Simple Vs Present Perfect in Spanish

Present Simple Vs Present Perfect in Spanish

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What is the difference between Present Simple vs Present Perfect in Spanish? It's time to learn the difference between Present Simple vs Present Perfect in Spanish. Study the Spanish conjugation with online lessons. Learn the basic grammar rules. The Present Perfect may be used to talk about an action still in progress, but it's also common to use the  Present Tense to do this. e.g. He vivido aquí por muchos años. - I have lived here many years. Hace tres años que vivo aquí.-  I have lived here for three years.   Note: The Present Perfect may be used to talk about something that was just done. e.g. He comprado la leche y los panes. - I've bought the milk and the rolls. Acabo de comprar la leche y los panes. - I just bought the milk and the rolls. Compré la leche…
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Haber in the Present Perfect in Spanish

Haber in the Present Perfect in Spanish

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Present Perfect in Spanish | The Use of Haber and Pronoun Placement It's time to learn how to use haber in the Present Perfect in Spanish. Study the Spanish conjugation with online lessons. Learn the basic grammar rules. Note: "Haber", the auxiliary verb used with the Present Perfect, and the Past Participle are never separated in a Present Perfect construction. If an object pronoun (such as los) is used with the Present Perfect, it goes immediately before "haber". Examples: ¿Los has visto?-  Have you seen them? ¿Lo has probado? - Have you tried it? ¿Les has preguntado? - Have you asked them? ¿Las has organizado? - Have you organized them? Se las he dado.-  I have given them to her. Te las has cogido - You have taken them Nos las hemos tomado - We have…
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Present Perfect in Spanish Translation

Present Perfect in Spanish Translation

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How do you form the Present Perfect tense in Spanish translation? What is the Present Perfect in Spanish translation?. It's time to learn the Present Perfect in Spanish translation. Study the Spanish conjugation with online lessons. Learn the basic grammar rules. ar, er, irThe Present Perfect is used to talk about things that started in the past and which continue or repeat in the present. It's also used to talk about things that have happened in the recent past. Formula:Present Indicative of "Haber" + Past Participle of another VerbVerbs ending in -ar Subject - ar EndingsYo (I) - he + …adoTú (You)(Informal) - has + …adoUsted (You)(Formal) - ha + …adoÉl/Ella(He/She) - ha+ …adoNosotros(as)(We) - hemos+ …adoVosotros(as)(You)(Informal) - habéis+ …adoUstedes(You)(Formal) - han+ …adoEllos(as)(They) - han+ …adoSubject - hablar - English translation Yo (I) - He hablado - I have spokenTú (You)(Informal) - Has hablado -You have spokenUsted (You)(Formal) - Ha hablado -You have spokenÉl/Ella(He/She) - Ha hablado - He/She has spokenNosotros(as)(We) - Hemos hablado - We have spokenVosotros(as)(You)(Informal) - Habéis hablado -You have spokenUstedes(You)(Formal) - Han hablado-You have spokenEllos(as)(They) - Han hablado -They have spoken Verbs ending in -er Subject -…
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Present Progressive vs Simple in Spanish

Present Progressive vs Simple in Spanish

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What is the difference between Present Progressive vs Simple in Spanish? It's time to learn the difference between the Present Progressive vs Simple in Spanish. Study the Spanish conjugation with online lessons. Learn the basic grammar rules. The Present Progressive is used to talk about what a subject is doing right now. However, it is also possible to use the Simple Present to talk about what a subject is doing right now in Spanish.  Present Simple ¿Qué haces? - What are you doing?  Limpio la cocina.-  I'm cleaning the kitchen. (I clean the kitchen)   Present Progressive ¿Qué estás haciendo?-  What are you doing?  Estoy limpiando la cocina.-  I'm cleaning the kitchen.    Read more about the Spanish conjugations
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Estar in the Present Progressive Tense

Estar in the Present Progressive Tense

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Estar Review in the Present Progressive It's time to learn how to use estar in the Present Progressive tense in Spanish. Study the Spanish conjugation with online lessons. Learn the basic grammar rules. Note: The Present Progressive is formed with the Present Tense of the verb "estar" (to be). Only the "estar" part of the Present Progressive changes to match the subject. e.g. The Present Participle (hablando) does not change.   Yo *estoy hablando. - I am speaking. Tú *estás hablando. -You are speaking. Él/Ella *está hablando. -He/She is speaking. Usted *está hablando.- You are speaking. Nosotros *estamos hablando.- We are speaking. Vosotros *estáis hablando. -You (all) are speaking. Ustedes *están hablando. -You (all) are speaking. Ellos/Ellas *están hablando.- They are speaking.  Read more about the Spanish conjugations
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Present Progressive Tense in Spanish

Present Progressive Tense in Spanish

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How do you write a Present Progressive sentence in Spanish? It's time to learn how to conjugate the Present Progressive tense in Spanish. Study the Spanish conjugation with online lessons. Learn the basic grammar rules. ar, er, ir The Spanish Present Progressive Tense is used to talk about something that is happeningnow. The Present Progressive is generally formed using the verb "estar",  plus a Present Participle Present Progressive Formula: Estar + Present Participle   Verbs ending in -ar Subject  -ar Endings Yo (I) estoy +…ando Tú (You)(Informal) estás + …ando Usted (You)(Formal) está + …ando Él/Ella(He/She) está + …ando Nosotros(as)(We) estamos+ …ando Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) estáis + …ando Ustedes(You)(Formal) están + …ando Ellos(as)(They) están + …ando   Subject  - hablar English translation Yo (I) - Estoy hablando I am speaking Tú (You)(Informal) - Estás hablando You are speaking Usted (You)(Formal) - Está hablando You are speaking Él/Ella(He/She) - Está hablando He/She is speaking Nosotros(as)(We) - Estamos hablando We are speaking Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) - Estáis hablando You are speaking Ustedes(You)(Formal) - Están hablando You are speaking Ellos(as)(They) - Están hablando They are speaking   Verbs ending in -er Subject  - er Endings Yo (I) estoy +…iendo…
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Irregular Verbs Tener and Venir in the Simple Present

Irregular Verbs Tener and Venir in the Simple Present

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Irregular Verbs Tener and Venir | Simple Present It's time to learn how to use the irregular verbs: tener and venir in Spanish. Study the Spanish conjugation with online lessons. Learn the basic grammar rules. Because they are irregular, you must memorize their conjugations.                 tener  (to have)  Personal Pronouns Present Tense Yo (I) tengo Tú (You)(Informal) tienes Usted (You)(Formal) tiene Él/Ella(He/She) tiene Nosotros(as)(We) tenemos     Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) tenéis Ustedes(You)(Formal) tienen Ellos(as)(They) tienen                   venir  (to come) Personal Pronouns Present Tense Yo (I) vengo Tú (You)(Informal) vienes Usted (You)(Formal) viene Él/Ella(He/She) viene Nosotros(as)(We) venimos     Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) venís Ustedes(You)(Formal) vienen Ellos(as)(They) vienen  Read more about the Spanish conjugations
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Ser, Estar, Ir and Haber Irregular Verbs

Ser, Estar, Ir and Haber Irregular Verbs

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Ser, Estar, Ir, Haber | Irregular Verbs - Simple Present It's time to learn how to use the irregular verbs ser, estar, ir and haber in the Simple Present. Study the Spanish conjugation with online lessons. Learn the basic grammar rules. There are a number of verbs that have irregular forms other than the “yo” form. Four of the most frequently used verbs in Spanish (ser, estar, ir, and haber) are irregular. The Present Indicative conjugations for each are given below. Irregular Conjugations Ser -  Estar Subject - ser  (to be) - estar  (to be) Yo (I) – soy - estoy Tú (You)(Informal) – eres - estás Usted (You)(Formal) – es - está Él/Ella(He/She) – es - está Nosotros(as)(We) – somos - estamos Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) – sois - estáis Ustedes(You)(Formal) –…
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What are Irregular Yo Forms? | Simple Present

What are Irregular Yo Forms? | Simple Present

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What are irregular yo forms? It's time to learn how to use irregular yo forms in Spanish. Study the Spanish conjugation with online lessons. Learn the basic grammar rules. Note: Verbs that end in "- guir", "- ger", or "- gir" undergo a spelling change in their Present Tense "yo" forms. For verbs that end in - guir, the yo form ends in go. For verbs that end in - ger or - gir, the g in the yo form changes to a j. e.g. Infinitive - “yo” form extinguir (to extinguish) - extingo dirigir (to direct) - dirijo escoger (to choose) - escojo exigir (to demand) - exijo recoger (to pick up) - recojo     List of verbs with “yo” forms Infinitive “yo” form caber (to fit) quepo caer (to fall) caigo conocer (to know) conozco dar (to give) doy hacer (to do/make) hago poner (to put) pongo saber (to know) sé salir (to leave/to go out) salgo traducir (to translate) traduzco traer (to bring) traigo valer (to be worth) valgo ver (to see) veo     Note: Most verbs that end in "cer" or "ucir" have irregular…
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