Perfect Tenses Edit
The perfect tenses in Provitano correspond to the tenses in English that are put together with 'have.'
Present Perfect Edit
Present perfect corresponds to English 'have' like "I have been good." or "I have gone to the movies."
The present perfect is formed by using the present tense forms of haver plus the past participle of the verb
For the conjugation of haver please see the irregular verbs page.
The pluperfect corresponds to English 'had' like "I had been good before" or "The boy had already gone before I arrived"
The Pluperfect is formed by using the preterite tense forms of haver plus the past participle of the verb