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LOS CURSOS DE INGLES GRATIS PREFERIDOS POR LOS HISPANOHABLANTES |

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  | Simple Present Perfect |
What have you done? ¿Qué has hecho? ||
subject + have / has + 3 | 1 | 2 | 3 |
| go | went | gone |
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Affirmative | Negative | Interrogative |
I have gone | I haven't gone | Have I gone ? |
You have gone | You haven'tgone | Have you gone ? |
He has gone | He hasn't gone | Has he gone ? |
She has gone | She hasn't gone | Has she gone ? |
It has gone | It hasn't gone | Has it gone ? |
We have gone | We haven'tgone | Have we gone ? |
You have gone | You haven't gone | Have you gone ? |
They have gone | They haven't gone | Have they gone ? |
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Affirmative | subject + have / has + 3 |
I have goneto New York - He ido a New York |
He has gone to New York - El ha ido a New York |
Negative | subject + haven't / hasn't + 3 |
I haven't gone to New York - No he ido a New York |
He hasn't goneto New York - El no ha ido a New York |
Interrogative | Have / Has + subject + 3 ? |
Have I gone to New York? - ¿He ido a New York ? |
Has he gone to New York? - ¿Ha ido él a New York? |
  |usos del presente perfecto simple
Por regla general, se lo utiliza para describir acciones que empezaron en el pasado
y que aún no han finalizado o que guardan alguna relación con el presente. |Con el adverbio just: acciones que acaban de ocurrir. |
The President has just arrived from the US. El Presidente acaba de llegar desde EEUU.
They both have just left for Bogota. Ambos acaban departir para Bogotá. |
Con las preposiciones for y since. |
We have lived in Italy for three years. Hemos vivido en Italia durante tres años.
I haven't heard from you since 1990!! ¡¡No he tenidonoticias tuyas desde 1990!! |
Con los adverbios yet y already. |
They haven't taken the Basic Exam yet. No han rendido el Examen Básico aún.
I have already taken the Intermediate Exam. Ya he...
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