A pill of learning (@Fundeu style)


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In our Spanish grammar we consider “Pretérito perfecto compuesto” a verbal tense in the preterite, that is to say, in the past. So, we conjugate the “pretérito perfecto compuesto” of the verb “hablar” like this: Yo he hablado, tú has hablado, él ha hablado, nosotros hemos hablado, vosotros habéis hablado, ellos han hablado

Whereas English grammar considers that verbal tense -“Present Perfect tense”- to be in the present. We take the same verb “hablar” in English and we get :

I have spoken, you have spoken, she has spoken, we have spoken, you have spoken, they have spoken

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