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Conjugate regular -ar, -er and -ir verbs in El Pretérito Perfecto Subjuntivo (present perfect subjunctive)

El Pretérito Perfecto del Subjuntivo is formed like this:

yo haya  
hayas  
él haya   +  past participle
nosotros  hayamos  
vosotros hayáis  
ellos   hayan  

Read and listen to these regular verbs conjugated in El Pretérito Perfecto del Subjuntivo:

Tal vez yo haya estudiado mucho para el examen.
I might have studied a lot for the exam.

Me alegro de que hayas viajado a diferentes países.
I am pleased that you have travelled to different countries.

Espero que el chico haya comido bien.
I hope that the boy has eaten well.

No creo que nosotros hayamos corrido tantos kilómetros.
I don’t believe that we have run that many kilometers.

No pienso que vosotros hayáis dormido lo suficiente.
I don’t think that you all have slept enough.

Espero que ellos hayan conseguido el trabajo.
I hope that they have got the job.

Note that the construction tal vez (maybe) accepts the indicative and the subjunctive moods with no change in meaning.

Tal vez has vivido antes aquí. (indicative mood)
You might have lived here before.

Tal vez hayas vivido antes aquí. (subjunctive mood)
You might have lived here before.

Remember how to form regular -ar, -er and -ir past participles:

habl-ar   ->  habl-ado

com-er  -> com-ido

viv-ir  ->  viv-ido

See also
1. Conjugate haber in El Presente Subjuntivo (present subjunctive)
2. Conjugate hacer, escribir, poner and other irregular verbs in El Pretérito Perfecto Subjuntivo

Examples and resources

Me alegro de que hayas viajado a diferentes países.
I am pleased that you have travelled to different countries.


Espero que el chico haya comido bien.
I hope that the boy has eaten well.


No pienso que vosotros hayáis dormido lo suficiente.
I don’t think that you all have slept enough.


No creo que nosotros hayamos corrido tantos kilómetros.
I don’t believe that we have run that many kilometers.


Tal vez hayas vivido antes aquí. (subjunctive mood)
You might have lived here before.


Espero que ellos hayan conseguido el trabajo.
I hope that they have got the job.


Tal vez has vivido antes aquí. (indicative mood)
You might have lived here before.


Tal vez yo haya estudiado mucho para el examen.
I might have studied a lot for the exam.


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