Acostarse Present Perfect Tense

Embark on your journey to mastering Present Perfect Tense with the essential Spanish verb acostarse. Our page offers a unique blend of tools, including a detailed verb chart, interactive exercises, fun games, and everyday sentences showcasing ‘acostarse’. Enhance your understanding of Spanish verbs at Spanish verbs. Also, practice the various forms of ‘acostarse’ on our main verb page at acostarse conjugation.

Verb Meaning(s): to lie down, to go to bed

Verb Chart: Acostarse Present Perfect Tense


me he acostado

I have gone to bed


nos hemos acostado

we have gone to bed

(Juana, Juan)

te has acostado

you have gone to bed


(informal Spain)

os habéis acostado

you all have gone to bed


(Sra./Dr. García)

se ha acostado

he/she/you have gone to bed


se han acostado

they/you all have gone to bed

Acostarse Present Perfect Tense Practice

Multiple Choice Game

Artifact Amigo Spanish Verb Conjugation Game

Conjugation Practice

Present Perfect Tense

Acostarse Present Perfect Sentence Examples

1. Yo me he acostado muy tarde anoche.
I went to bed very late last night.
2. ¿Tú te has acostado ya?
Have you gone to bed yet?
3. Él se ha acostado temprano para descansar.
He has gone to bed early to rest.
4. Ella se ha acostado con dolor de cabeza.
She has gone to bed with a headache.
5. Usted se ha acostado después de medianoche.
You have gone to bed after midnight.
6. Nosotros nos hemos acostado después de ver las estrellas.
We have gone to bed after watching the stars.
7. ¿Vosotros os habéis acostado después de la fiesta?
Did you all go to bed after the party? (Spain)
8. Ellos se han acostado sin cenar.
They have gone to bed without having dinner.
9. Ellas se han acostado cansadas después del viaje.
They have gone to bed tired after the trip.
10. ¿Ustedes se han acostado en habitaciones separadas?
Have you gone to bed in separate rooms?
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