In this video class learn how to conjugate the Spanish tense “el pretérito perfecto” using the auxiliary verbs “haber + participio” in order to express recently finished actions. Listen to the Spanish teacher and repeat.
A2 Free Spanish Class 16
Learn how to use the question form of the Spanish tense “el pretérito perfecto” in order to ask what someone has done. What has our teacher Tamara done today? Listen to find out.
Watch the following video class and learn the 10 most common irregular past participles in Spanish which form part of the “pretérito perfecto”. Listen and repeat.
Listen to our Spanish teachers using the “pretérito perfecto” in order to talk about their life experiences as well as ask one another. The question form is structured as follows; “¿Alguna vez has…?” (Have you ever…?). Watch the video and find out which places our Spanish teachers have visited.
Learn how to use the Spanish expressions “ya” (already) and “Todavía no” (not yet) with the “pretérito perfecto” tense. Observe ho our native teachers use these expressions in every day conversation. What does Tamara ask?
Watch the following video where our Spanish teachers demonstrate how to apply the expression “ya” (already) in simple sentences that are useful for every day conversation. Let's watch!
Learn how to use the Spanish expressions “ya” (already) and “todavía no” (not yet) in order to talk about life experiences. Watch the video and observe how they incorporate these expressions into simple sentences.
Now it's your turn to apply the structures learnt in this class.