Perfect Tense – Exercises

show special characters
display incorrect answers

Exercise

Regular verbs. Type in the verbs in the perfect tense.

  1. (jugar/nosotros)  al mus.[We played mus. (a Spanish card game)]|verb haber in the 1st person plural + ado-participle
  2. ¿Qué nota (sacar/tú)  en el examen?[What grade did you get on the test?]|verb haber in the 2nd person singular + ado-participle
  3. ¿(comer/vosotros)  ya?[Have you already eaten?]|verb haber in the 2nd person plural + ido-participle
  4. Me (tocar)  unas entradas para el cine.[I’ve won a couple of tickets to the movies.]|To note: this is a different construction in Spanish! (literally: The tickets to the movies “hit” me.)|verb haber in the 3rd person plural (the tickets = subject) + ado-participle
  5. El árbitro (pitar)  el final del primer tiempo.[The referee blew the whistle for halftime.]|verb haber in the 3rd person singular + ado-participle

Irregular verbs. Type in the verbs in the perfect tense.

  1. El grupo (volver)  de su gira americana.[The group has returned from their American tour.]|verb haber in the 3rd person singular + participle|see List of irregular verbs
  2. Te (decir/yo)  cien veces que vengas.[I’ve told you a hundred times that you ought to come.]|verb haber in the 1st person singular + participle
  3. Esta mañana no (hacer/nosotros)  las camas.[This morning we didn’t make our beds.]|verb haber in the 1st person plural + participle|see List of irregular verbs
  4. Los comercios (abrir)  a las diez.[The shops open at ten.]|verb haber in the 3rd person plural + participle|see List of irregular verbs
  5. Alberto (imprimir)  sus apuntes esta tarde.[Alberto printed out his transcripts this afternoon.]|verb haber in the 3rd person singular + participle|see List of irregular verbs

All verbs. Type in the verbs in the perfect tense.

  1. Esta mañana (desayunar/yo)  un café y una tostada.[This morning I had coffee and toast for breakfast.]|verb haber in the 1st person singular + ado-participle
  2. ¿Todavía no (poner/tú)  la mesa?[Have you not yet set the table?]|verb haber in the 2nd person singular + participle|see List of irregular verbs
  3. Nunca (escribir/vosotros)  un poema.[You’ve never written a poem.]|verb haber in the 2nd person plural + participle|see List of irregular verbs
  4. Todos los periódicos (publicar)  la misma noticia.[All the papers published the same news article.]|verb haber in the 3rd person plural + ado-participle
  5. En el accidente (morir)  decenas de personas.[Dozens of people died in the accident.]|verb haber in the 3rd person plural + participle|see List of irregular verbs