Why does should have done [something] use the present conditional rather than the perfect conditional?

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Why does should have done [something] use the present conditional rather than the perfect conditional?

Why does should have done [something] use the present conditional rather than the perfect conditional?

Asked 1 year ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola David

This is because we form the auxiliary "should" by using the simple conditional of the verb "deber" debería

Then what follows is "haber" (infinitive always) + past participle of the main verb.

Saludos

Why does should have done [something] use the present conditional rather than the perfect conditional?

Why does should have done [something] use the present conditional rather than the perfect conditional?

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