Empezar Present Perfect Tense

Begin your mastery of the Present Perfect Tense with the Spanish verb empezar. This page is designed to offer a thorough understanding of ’empezar’, featuring a comprehensive verb chart, interactive conjugation exercises, fun games, and useful sentence examples. Enhance your Spanish language journey at Spanish verb conjugation. Also, practice the various forms of ’empezar’ at empezar conjugation.

Verb Meaning(s): to begin, to start

Verb Chart: Empezar Present Perfect Tense

Yo

he empezado

I have started

Nosotros

hemos empezado

we have started

(Juana, Juan)

has empezado

you have started

Vosotros

(informal Spain)

habéis empezado

you all have started

Él/Ella/Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

ha empezado

he/she/you have started

Ellos/Ellas/Uds.

han empezado

they/you all have started

Empezar Present Perfect Tense Practice

Multiple Choice Game

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Conjugation Practice

Present Perfect Tense

Empezar Present Perfect Sentence Examples

1. Yo he empezado a leer un libro nuevo esta semana.
I have started reading a new book this week.
2. ¿Tú has empezado a practicar un deporte recientemente?
Have you recently started practicing a sport?
3. Él ha empezado a trabajar en un proyecto importante.
He has started working on an important project.
4. Ella ha empezado a tomar clases de pintura.
She has started taking painting classes.
5. Usted ha empezado a escribir un diario.
You have started writing a journal.
6. Nosotros hemos empezado a organizar eventos comunitarios.
We have started organizing community events.
7. ¿Vosotros habéis empezado a aprender un instrumento musical? (vosotros is used only in Spain)
Have you all started learning a musical instrument?
8. Ellos han empezado a construir una casa en el campo.
They have started building a house in the countryside.
9. Ellas han empezado a vender artesanías en línea.
They have started selling crafts online.
10. ¿Ustedes han empezado a hacer ejercicio regularmente?
Have you started exercising regularly?
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