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Preterito Pluscuamperfecto - Spanish Verbs

We use the Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto of the Indicative Mood when talking about a past finished action that took place before another past action. To form the Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto of the Indicative Mood, you take the auxiliary verb "haber" (to have) conjugated in the Pretérito Imperfecto of the indicative mood (per person) and then add the past participle of another verb.



Regular Spanish Verbs

To form the past participle of the regular verbs we remove the endings of the infinitive forms and we replace them with the endings corresponding to the past participle for each group.

 

TIP: Most Spanish verbs fall under the -ar group.

Example:

juntar to juntado

 

Now we take the auxiliary verb "haber" to form the tense as follows.

había juntado

habías juntado

había juntado

habíamos juntado

habíais juntado

habían juntado

 

Irregular Spanish Verbs

The irregular verbs are conjugated in the same way as the regular verbs, but the past participle of the verb will have spelling changes. Remember: Some regular Spanish verbs could be irregular under the Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto of the Indicative Mood while some irregular verbs will follow the regular conjugating rules.

 

Some irregular Past Participles end in: -to, -cho.

 

Examples:

Componer to compuesto

Decir to dicho

 

For more information on the Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto of the Indicative Mood, please refer to Helloworld.com.es

 

Groups Past Participle
-ar -ado
-er -ido
-ir -ido

El Preterito Pluscuamperfecto - Verbos Espanoles

Usamos el Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto del Modo Indicativo cuando hablamos de una acción pasada terminada que ocurrió antes que otra acción pasada. Para formar el Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto del Modo Indicativo cogemos el verbo auxiliar "haber" (to have) conjugado en el Pretérito Imperfecto del modo indicativo (por persona) y luego le añadimos el participio de pasado de otro verbo.



Verbos Regulares

Para formar el participio de pasado de los verbos regulares quitamos las terminaciones de las formas de infinitivo y las sustituimos por las terminaciones correspondientes a los participios de pasado de cada grupo.

 

Nota: La mayoría de los verbos españoles pertenecen al grupo terminado en -ar.

 

Ejemplo:

juntar pasa a juntado

 

Ahora cogemos el verbo auxiliar "haber" para formar el Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto del Modo Indicativo como sigue:

había juntado

habías juntado

había juntado

habíamos juntado

habíais juntado

habían juntado

 

Verbos Irregulares

Los verbos irregulares se conjugan de la misma manera que los verbos regulares, pero el participio de pasado del verbo tendrá algunos cambios ortográficos. Recuerde: Algunos verbos regulares españoles podrían ser irregulares en el Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto del Modo Indicativo mientras que algunos verbos irregulares seguirán las reglas de conjugación de los regulares.

 

Algunos Participios de Pasado Irregulares terminan en: -to, -cho.

 

Ejemplos:

Componer pasa a compuesto

Decir pasa a dicho

 

Para más información sobre el Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto del Modo Indicativo, les remitimos a Helloworld.com.es



Groupos Participio de Pasado
-ar -ado
-er -ido
-ir -ido

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