Uso del presente perfecto

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The present perfect is used to talk about two times at once: the present and the past. In fact you can say that very often used a single sentence in present perfect instead ofsimple present tense simple past and one in.


I have been going to El Salvador
They have been living in El Salvador for ten years
I have been cooking a birthday cake for 5 hours
It has beenraining all night.
I have been studied all day
I have been seriously ill in hospital
I have been waiting a long time to see
I have eaten much
We have played
She has eaten the orange
Have youever used this type of machine?
I have been here since Monday

Time Present Perfect is used to speak of actions begun in the past and still continue in the present. For example:
Toshape it, use the auxiliary HAVE, conjugated to the appropriate person (change only the third person singular), followed by the past participle, which is equal for all people.

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Handcrafted Customs Chalatenango

The Chalateco have the habit of making the festival of handicrafts in wood, blanket and all kinds of popular materials.
Consists of being torepresent moments of everyday rural life, flora and fauna typical of this area developed in seeds copinol
Holy Name of Mary
According to original versions the town of Holy Name of Mary was founded byseveral Spanish families, sent to this region by caron Carardalet, captain general of the kingdom of Guatemala by the year 1790.
In 1890, the mayor Mayor Don Antonio Yulloa the original population hasbeen divided into two villages in Ladino, the call: the old town of Holy Name of Mary, the other new town of. Holy Name of Mary Both communities belong to the party and Tejutla curacy.

Typical mealsHoly Name of Mary?

Pupusas are a traditional food found in the rinds, beans and cheese, squash and other specialties.

Fiestas patronales:
The festivities are held in honor of the Virgin Mary...