Present Perfect ER IR Spanish Verb Conjugation
Now we’ll practice a few “er/ir” have verbs. Remember, as you briefly learned before, the verb ending is “ido”. Don't forget to use our free Spanish flash cards and Lingo Dingo game!
Let’s take just a minute to review the different conjugations of “haber”. Be sure and repeat aloud.
|He||Hemos||remember, for “ar” verbs, the ending is - ado (“ar” verbs”) and for “er/ir” verbs, the ending is - ido (“er/ir” verbs)|
Let’s take a look at a few here. See if you can guess the answers:
|She has learned||Ha aprendido|
|All of you have served||Han servido|
|Sra. Rodríguez, you have decided?||Ha decidido|
|We have lost||Hemos perdido|
|Rosa, have you lived||Has aprendido|
|They have attended||Han asistido|
|He has repeated||Ha repetido|
|I have promised||He prometido|
How did you do? In a few minutes you can practice more of these, but first, we need to learn a few new vocabulary words:
|a dog||un perro|
|for a long time||por mucho tiempo|
|muchas veces||many times|
|the class||La clase|
Now, just a quick side note. In Spanish, if you say you are going to attend anything, like a class or meeting, you have to put an “a” after the word “attend” (asistir). For example, “I attend the class” would be “Asisto a la clase”. In the next practice session, you will get to practice “er/ir” have verbs.
"Have" Spanish Practice Session 2
Now we’ll go ahead and practice “er/ir” have verbs before going on to the review game. Remember, for “er/ir” verbs, you change the ending to “ido”. Are you ready?
|We haven’t eaten yet.||No hemos comido todavía|
|I have learned a lot||He aprendido mucho|
|She has sold them (las verduras)||La ha vendido|
|They have surprised me again.||Me han sorprendido otra vez|
|He has never understood it||Nunca lo ha comprendido|
|(Juan) You have never attended the class||Nunca has asistido a la clase|
|I have never had a dog||Nunca he tenido un perro|
|We have dedided||Hemos decidido|
|(Sr. Vásquez) I haven’t served for a long time.||No he servido por mucho tiempo|
|She has gone many times||Ha ido muchas veces|
|He has left forever||Ha salido para siempre|
|It hasn’t rained yet||No ha llovido todavía|
Now, if you feel comfortable with this section, go ahead and continue on to the next lesson. Otherwise, feel free to review this section as much as you’d like.