Conjugate hacer, escribir, poner and other irregular verbs in El Pretérito Perfecto Subjuntivo

Look at these irregular verbs conjugated in El Pretérito Perfecto del Subjuntivo:

Es probable que haya hecho toda la tarea antes de ir al concierto.
It's probable that I'll have done all my homework before going to the concert.

No creo que hayas puesto los libros en el lugar equivocado.
I don't think that you've put the books in the wrong place.

No pienso que haya escrito la crítica para ese periódico.
I don't think she has written the review for that newspaper.

Es posible que hayamos frito demasiado las patatas.
It's possible that we have fried the potatoes too much.

No puedo creer que hayáis absuelto al criminal tan rápido.
I can't believe that you all have absolved the criminal that fast.

Tal vez hayan visto la película sin subtítulos en inglés.
They might have seen the film without English subtitles.

Remember that the construction tal vez (maybe) accepts both indicative and subjunctive moods without any change of the meaning.

Tal vez he visto al médico hoy. 
I might have seen the doctor today. (indicative mood)

Tal vez haya visto al médico hoy. 
I might have seen the doctor today. (subjunctive mood)

As in all perfect tenses, there are irregular participles that do not follow the -ado or -ido pattern, but have their own forms. Let's see some examples:

Verb

Irregular participle

volver (to return)

vuelto

morir (to die)

muerto

decir (to say)

dicho

abrir (to open)

abierto

satisfacer (to satisfy)

satisfecho


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Es probable que haya hecho toda la tarea antes de ir al concierto.
It's probable that I'll have done all my homework before going to the concert.


No pienso que haya escrito la crítica para ese periódico.
I don't think she has written the review for that newspaper.


Es posible que hayamos frito demasiado las patatas.
It's possible that we have fried the potatoes too much.


No creo que hayas puesto los libros en el lugar equivocado.
I don't think that you've put the books in the wrong place.


Tal vez he visto al médico hoy. 
I might have seen the doctor today. (indicative mood)


Tal vez hayan visto la película sin subtítulos en inglés.
They might have seen the film without English subtitles.


Tal vez haya visto al médico hoy. 
I might have seen the doctor today. (subjunctive mood)


No puedo creer que hayáis absuelto al criminal tan rápido.
I can't believe that you all have absolved the criminal that fast.


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