Practice Using “Haber + Past Participle” (Future Perfect & Conditional Perfect)

Point out the difference between will have and would have for your Spanish learners. Pupils must pay close attention to the underlined words in order to choose the proper verb tense when they translate each of nine sentences from English to Spanish. The exercise includes regular and irregular past participles.

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Pros

  • Requires pupils to distinguish between the two tenses
  • Provides a word bank for to aid with translation
Cons

  • Since there are no examples, students should have an understanding of these tenses before completing the exercise
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