Español - Tiempos Compuestos Del Indicativo

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  • 1. 

    Transforma la frase, conjugando en Pretérito Perfecto las formas señaladas. Debes incluir el punto final.  Modelo: Entregaste casi todos los informes. --> Has entregado casi todos los informes.   No pagaron todas las cuentas. 

    Explanation
    The original sentence is in the past tense, indicating that the action of not paying all the bills has already happened. The correct answer uses the present perfect tense "han pagado" to indicate that the action started in the past and continues up to the present moment. This tense is used to talk about past actions that have a connection to the present.

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    Transforma la frase, conjugando en Pretérito Perfecto las formas señaladas. Debes incluir el punto final.  Modelo: Entregaste casi todos los informes. --> Has entregado casi todos los informes.   Salí del país dos veces.

    Explanation
    The sentence is transformed by conjugating the verb "salir" in the present perfect tense, which is "he salido" in the first person singular form. This tense is used to indicate an action that has been completed in the past but has a connection to the present. The phrase "del país" remains the same, meaning "out of the country". The phrase "dos veces" also remains the same, meaning "two times". Therefore, the correct answer is "He salido del país dos veces."

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    Transforma la frase, conjugando en Pretérito Perfecto las formas señaladas. Debes incluir el punto final.  Modelo: Entregaste casi todos los informes. --> Has entregado casi todos los informes.   ¿Visteis una época?

    Explanation
    The original sentence is in the past tense, so it needs to be transformed into the present perfect tense. The correct answer uses the verb "habéis visto," which is the conjugation of "haber" in the present perfect tense, followed by the past participle "visto" of the verb "ver." This construction correctly expresses the idea of having seen an opera in the past.

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    Transforma la frase, conjugando en Pretérito Perfecto las formas señaladas. Debes incluir el punto final.  Modelo: Entregaste casi todos los informes. --> Has entregado casi todos los informes.   ¿Leyó usted el periódico?

    Explanation
    Se entiende que se trata del periódico de "hoy".

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  • 5. 

    Transforma la frase, conjugando en Pretérito Perfecto las formas señaladas. Debes incluir el punto final.  Modelo: Entregaste casi todos los informes. --> Has entregado casi todos los informes.   Recibimos e-mails de varios países.

    Explanation
    The original sentence is in the past tense, indicating a completed action. In order to transform it into the Pretérito Perfecto (Present Perfect) tense, we need to conjugate the verb "recibir" (to receive) in the auxiliary verb "haber" (to have) in the present tense (hemos) and add the past participle of "recibir" (recibido). The phrase "de varios países" remains the same. Therefore, the correct transformation is "Hemos recibido e-mails de varios países."

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  • 6. 

    Transforma la frase, conjugando en Pretérito Perfecto las formas señaladas. Debes incluir el punto final.  Modelo: Entregaste casi todos los informes. --> Has entregado casi todos los informes.   No pensaste en las consecuencias.

    Explanation
    The original sentence is in the past tense, indicating a completed action. The correct answer transforms the sentence into the present perfect tense, which is used to talk about actions that started in the past and continue into the present. Therefore, "No has pensado en las consecuencias" correctly conveys the idea that the person has not thought about the consequences up until now.

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  • 7. 

    Completa la frase con la forma del Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto, según la persona indicada entre paréntesis.  Cuando empezó a llover, ya ______________ a casa. (llegar - nosotros)

    Explanation
    Cuando empezó a llover, ya habíamos llegado a casa. Esta respuesta utiliza la forma del Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto del verbo "llegar" conjugado en primera persona del plural (nosotros). Esta forma verbal se utiliza para expresar una acción pasada que ocurrió antes de otra acción pasada. En este caso, la acción de llegar a casa ocurrió antes de que empezara a llover.

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  • 8. 

    Completa la frase con la forma del Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto, según la persona indicada entre paréntesis.  Lo _________ un poco preocupado, por eso le pregunté cómo estaba. (percibir - yo)

    Explanation
    The sentence is in the past tense, and the verb "percibir" means "to perceive" or "to notice." The subject of the sentence is "yo" (I), so the correct form of the verb in the past perfect tense is "había percibido," which means "had perceived." This form indicates that the speaker had already noticed or perceived something before asking the person how they were feeling.

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  • 9. 

    Completa la frase con la forma del Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto, según la persona indicada entre paréntesis.  ¿________ en ir al cine? (quedar - vosotros)

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "habíais quedado." This is the correct form of the verb "quedar" in the Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto tense for the subject "vosotros." It indicates that the action of "quedar" had already been completed before another past event or point in time.

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  • 10. 

    Completa la frase con la forma del Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto, según la persona indicada entre paréntesis.  Cuando llegamos, ya ____________. (comenzar - la película)

    Explanation
    Cuando llegamos, la película ya había comenzado.

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  • 11. 

    Completa la frase con la forma del Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto, según la persona indicada entre paréntesis.  ¿_________ algo parecido antes? (ver - tú)

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Habías visto". This is the correct form of the Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto (Past Perfect) in Spanish for the second person singular (tú). It is used to indicate an action that had already happened before another past action or point in time. In this case, it is asking if "you" had seen something similar before.

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  • 12. 

    Completa la frase con la forma del Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto, según la persona indicada entre paréntesis.  Cuando se dio cuanta, ya _________ todos los competidores. (volver - ellos)

    Explanation
    Cuando la persona se dio cuenta, ya todos los competidores habían vuelto.

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