Spanish 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!

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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)
Has Habéis
Ha Han

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
forever para siempre
yet todavía
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.

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