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How is the perfect tense formed?

The perfect tense is formed from : 

The auxiliary verb  haber + the past participle of the verb , either ending in -ADO(-ar verbs) or -IDO(-er and -ir verbs)  

He hablado, He comido, He vivido. 

 

Example : COMER 

He comido 

Has comido 

Ha comido 

Hemos comido

Habéis comido 

Han comido 

 

 

 

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