Contar Present Perfect Tense

Count on mastering the Present Perfect Tense with the Spanish verb contar. Our page provides a thorough exploration of ‘contar’, featuring an extensive verb chart, interactive conjugation activities, engaging games, and practical sentence examples. Enhance your understanding of Spanish verbs at Spanish verb conjugation. Further, refine your ‘contar’ conjugation techniques at contar conjugation.

Verb Meaning(s): to count, to tell, to relate

Verb Chart: Contar Present Perfect Tense

Yo

he contado

I have counted

Nosotros

hemos contado

we have counted

(Juana, Juan)

has contado

you have counted

Vosotros

(informal Spain)

habéis contado

you all have counted

Él/Ella/Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

ha contado

he/she/you have counted

Ellos/Ellas/Uds.

han contado

they/you all have counted

Contar Present Perfect Tense Practice

Multiple Choice Game

Artifact Amigo Spanish Verb Conjugation Game

Conjugation Practice

Present Perfect Tense

Contar Present Perfect Sentence Examples

1. Yo he contado todas las estrellas que pude ver anoche.
I have counted all the stars I could see last night.
2. ¿Tú has contado cuántas personas vinieron a la fiesta?
Have you counted how many people came to the party?
3. Él ha contado una historia emocionante a sus amigos.
He has told an exciting story to his friends.
4. Ella ha contado los días para su cumpleaños.
She has counted the days until her birthday.
5. Usted ha contado con un equipo de trabajo muy eficiente.
You have relied on a very efficient work team.
6. Nosotros hemos contado chistes durante el viaje.
We have told jokes during the trip.
7. ¿Vosotros habéis contado las monedas en la alcancía? (vosotros is used only in Spain)
Have you all counted the coins in the piggy bank?
8. Ellos han contado los pasos que dieron en su caminata.
They have counted the steps they took on their walk.
9. Ellas han contado una leyenda local a los turistas.
They have told a local legend to the tourists.
10. ¿Ustedes han contado cuántos libros han leído este año?
Have you counted how many books you’ve read this year?
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