The Conjugation of the Day (2010-04-04)

The Conjugation of the Day (2010-04-04)


The Conjugation of the Day ..... Present Perfect Tense

[English Form: Pronoun + Have /Has + Main Verb in English Past participle]

[Spanish Form: Pronoun + Verb Haber Conjugated + Main Verb in Spanish Past Participle]

These are the rules:

Everyday the most voted conjugation (or more elaborated) will receive the prize to the best answer.

Please, do not forget to be generous with your voting...Thanks

updated ABR 5, 2010
edited by Carlos-F
posted by Carlos-F
Carlos - this one is too easy. :) - ian-hill, ABR 4, 2010
Yes, we need a break sometimes... - Carlos-F, ABR 4, 2010
I wonder how your form examples compare to Heidita's suggestion not to use subject pronouns? - nizhoni1, ABR 4, 2010
They are only there to help us non-native speakers - they are in brackets after all. - ian-hill, ABR 4, 2010
Haber is a very important verb. Thanks for this exercise. - Maria-Russell, ABR 5, 2010

20 Answers


I/Yo.........................have been..............ha estadosido

You/tú.......................have been.... ........has estadosido

he,she/él/ella..............has been..............ha estadosido

We/Nosotros.............have been.............hemos estadosido

You/Vosotros.............have been.............habéis estadosido

They/Ellos..................have been............han estadosido

El español Espanol ha estadosido una de lasuno de los más populares idiomas al estudio en internet. idiomas más populares para estudiar en línea

Spanish has become one of the most popular languages to study online.

updated ABR 5, 2010
edited by Carlos-F
posted by sanlee
Wow! I do need alot of practice. - sanlee, ABR 5, 2010
Today is Earter Monday in Catalonia so I have bought a big cake to eat with my family. Hoy es Lunes de Pascua en Cataluña por lo que he comprado una mona gigante para comer con mi familia
Pronoun English Verb Spanish Verb
I / Yo ..have bought.. ..he comprado.
You / Tú ..have bought.. ..has comprado..
He-She / Él-Ella ..has bought.. ..ha comprado..
We / Nosotros ..have bought.. ..hemos comprado..
You / Vosotros ..have bought.. ..habéis comprado..
They / Ellos ..have bought.. ..han comprado..
updated ABR 5, 2010
edited by melipiru
posted by melipiru
to eat - nizhoni1, ABR 5, 2010

Verb: practicar / to practice

Pronoun English Verb Spanish Verb
I / Yo ..have practiced .. ..ha practicado..
You / Tú ..have practiced .. ..has practicado..
He-She / Él-Ella ..has practiced.. ..ha practicado..
We / Nosotros ..have practiced.. ..hemos practicado..
You / Vosotros ..have practiced.. ..habéis practicado..
They / Ellos ..have practiced.. ..han practicado..

He practicado mi español hoy.

I have practiced my spanish today.

updated ABR 5, 2010
edited by Maria-Russell
posted by Maria-Russell
Pronoun English Verb Spanish Verb
I / Yo have sung he cantado
You / Tú have sung has cantado
He-She / Él-Ella has sung ha cantado
We / Nosotros have sung hemos cantado
You / Vosotros have sung habéis cantado
They / Ellos have sung han cantado

Shakira has sung some beautiful songs.

Shakira ha cantado algunas canciones lindas.

After looking at 'sung' so many times it started to look completely wrong!!

updated ABR 5, 2010
edited by galsally
posted by galsally


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Pronoun English Verb

Spanish Verb

I / Yo ..have demonstrated..

..he demostrado..

You / Tú ..have demonstrated..

..has demostrado..

He-She / Él-Ella ..has demonstrated..

..ha demostrado..

We / Nosotros ..have demonstrated..

..hemos demostrado..

You / Vosotros ..have demonstrated..

..habe'is demostrado..

They / Ellos ..have demonstrated..

..han demostrado..

He demostrado me ignorancia técnica en mis intentos de aplicar el cadro de Carlos. I have demonstrated my technical ignorance in my attempts to use Carlos's table.

updated ABR 5, 2010
edited by nizhoni1
posted by nizhoni1
Any idea why the table doesn't show up Carlos? - nizhoni1, ABR 4, 2010
Nizhoni - maybe you're like me ? (I sometimes need to fight with technology). - Lise-Laroche, ABR 4, 2010
It's seem to have a problem with this table, I used the code from his previous lesson. - Krama, ABR 4, 2010
After pasting the code, you just replace "English" with your conjugation in English and "Spanish" with your conjugation in Spanish. Don't touch the others. - Krama, ABR 4, 2010
I think it's because you have a space between the < and table at the top. - mar959, ABR 4, 2010
If you put the cursor in front of the word table and back space to the - mar959, ABR 4, 2010
I will have a chance to try again!thanks for the tps - nizhoni1, ABR 4, 2010
Your paws are too big for the keyboard - Yeser007, ABR 4, 2010
I believe mar959 is correct. Somehow you put a space there and you shouldn't have. - Yeser007, ABR 4, 2010
It probably is the paws - nizhoni1, ABR 5, 2010
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