Querer Present Perfect Tense

Embrace the Present Perfect Tense with the passionate Spanish verb querer. This page provides a deep dive into ‘querer’, complete with an extensive verb chart, interactive conjugation exercises, engaging games, and practical sentences. Enhance your understanding of Spanish verbs at Spanish verb conjugation. Also, refine your ‘querer’ conjugation skills at querer conjugation.

Verb Meaning(s): to want, to love

Verb Chart: Querer Present Perfect Tense

Yo

he querido

I have wanted

Nosotros

hemos querido

we have wanted

(Juana, Juan)

has querido

you have wanted

Vosotros

(informal Spain)

habéis querido

you all have wanted

Él/Ella/Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

ha querido

he/she/you have wanted

Ellos/Ellas/Uds.

han querido

they/you all have wanted

Querer Present Perfect Tense Practice

Multiple Choice Game

Artifact Amigo Spanish Verb Conjugation Game

Conjugation Practice

Present Perfect Tense

Querer Present Perfect Sentence Examples

1. Yo he querido aprender a tocar la guitarra desde hace tiempo.
I have wanted to learn to play the guitar for a long time.
2. ¿Tú has querido visitar París alguna vez?
Have you ever wanted to visit Paris?
3. Él ha querido ser piloto desde que era niño.
He has wanted to be a pilot since he was a child.
4. Ella ha querido cambiar su estilo de vida para ser más saludable.
She has wanted to change her lifestyle to be healthier.
5. Usted ha querido abrir su propio restaurante.
You have wanted to open your own restaurant.
6. Nosotros hemos querido hacer un viaje juntos por Europa.
We have wanted to take a trip together through Europe.
7. ¿Vosotros habéis querido empezar una banda de música? (vosotros is used only in Spain)
Have you all wanted to start a music band?
8. Ellos han querido participar en un maratón.
They have wanted to participate in a marathon.
9. Ellas han querido aprender diferentes idiomas.
They have wanted to learn different languages.
10. ¿Ustedes han querido crear una obra de arte juntos?
Have you wanted to create a piece of art together?
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