The present perfect subjunctive

The present perfect subjunctive is formed with the verb haber in the present subjunctive + past participle of the main verb.

Espero que hayas tenido un buen viaje.

I hope you've had a good trip.

Cantar en
Yo haya cantado
hayas cantado
Él/ella/usted haya cantado
Nosotros/as hayamos cantado
Vosotros/as hayáis cantado
Ellos/ellas/ustedes hayan cantado
Comer en
Yo haya comido
hayas comido
Él/ella/usted haya comido
Nosotros/as hayamos comido
Vosotros/as hayáis comido
Ellos/ellas/ustedes hayan comido
Ir en
Yo haya ido
hayas ido
Él/ella/usted haya ido
Nosotros/as hayamos ido
Vosotros/as hayáis ido
Ellos/ellas/ustedes hayan ido

Te llamaré cuando haya comido.

I'll call you once I've eaten.

Me alegra que hayas ido al teatro.

I'm glad you went to the theater.

We use the present perfect subjunctive to talk about an action that finishes before the action in the main clause. The finished action may take place in the past or in the future:

Estoy triste de que te hayas ido acción en el pasado

  I'm sad that you've left action in the past

Llámame cuando hayas terminado de trabajar → acción en el futuro

  Call me when you have finished working action in the future

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