Llevar Present Perfect Tense

Carry your Spanish forward with the Present Perfect Tense and the versatile verb llevar. This page is a comprehensive guide to mastering ‘llevar’, featuring an elaborate verb chart, engaging conjugation exercises, entertaining games, and practical sentences. Enhance your Spanish verb skills at Spanish verb conjugation. Also, practice the various forms of ‘llevar’ at llevar conjugation.

Verb Meaning(s): to carry, to wear, to take

Verb Chart: Llevar Present Perfect Tense

Yo

he llevado

I have carried

Nosotros

hemos llevado

we have carried

(Juana, Juan)

has llevado

you have carried

Vosotros

(informal Spain)

habéis llevado

you all have carried

Él/Ella/Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

ha llevado

he/she/you have carried

Ellos/Ellas/Uds.

han llevado

they/you all have carried

Llevar Present Perfect Tense Practice

Multiple Choice Game

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Conjugation Practice

Present Perfect Tense

Llevar Present Perfect Sentence Examples

1. Yo he llevado mi libro favorito al parque para leer.
I have taken my favorite book to the park to read.
2. ¿Tú has llevado a tu hermano menor al colegio?
Have you taken your younger brother to school?
3. Él ha llevado flores a su abuela.
He has taken flowers to his grandmother.
4. Ella ha llevado una vida saludable este año.
She has led a healthy life this year.
5. Usted ha llevado a cabo una investigación importante.
You have carried out significant research.
6. Nosotros hemos llevado a nuestros amigos a un restaurante local.
We have taken our friends to a local restaurant.
7. ¿Vosotros habéis llevado ropa de abrigo para el viaje a la montaña? (vosotros is used only in Spain)
Have you all taken warm clothes for the trip to the mountains?
8. Ellos han llevado el proyecto a un nivel superior.
They have taken the project to a higher level.
9. Ellas han llevado a cabo una campaña de concienciación.
They have carried out an awareness campaign.
10. ¿Ustedes han llevado sombrillas por si llueve?
Have you taken umbrellas in case it rains?
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