Formación del presente perfecto: verbos regulares – Formation of the present perfect: Regular verbs

Formation of the present perfect: Regular verbs

The Present Perfect tense of any English verb is formed from the Simple Present of the auxiliary to have, followed by what is generally referred to as the past participle of the verb.

Most English verbs form the past participle in a regular, predictable manner. These verbs are commonly referred to as regular verbs.

The past participle of a regular English verb is formed by adding the ending ed to the bare infinitive of the verb. For instance, the past participle of the verb to work is worked.

Thus, the Present Perfect tense of the verb to work is conjugated as follows:

I have worked
you have worked
he has worked
she has worked
it has worked
we have worked
they have worked

The following contractions are often used in spoken English:

Without Contractions With Contractions
I have I’ve
you have you’ve
he has he’s
she has she’s
it has it’s
we have we’ve
they have they’ve

It should be noted that the contractions for he has, she has and it has are the same as the contractions for he is, she is and it is.

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Formación del presente perfecto: verbos regulares

El Presente perfecto de cualquier verbo Inglés se formó a partir de la simple actual de los auxiliares a tener, seguido por lo que es lo que suele denominarse el pasado participio del verbo.

La mayoría de Inglés verbos forman el participio pasado en una regular, de forma previsible. Estos son los verbos que se conoce comúnmente como verbos regulares.

El pasado participio de un verbo regular Inglés está formado por el fin de añadir a la ed desnudo infinitivo del verbo. Por ejemplo, el participio pasado del verbo trabajar es trabajado.

Por lo tanto, el presente perfecto del verbo que se conjuga el trabajo de la siguiente manera:

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