I have come across this: "haber hecho" as in:
"After having done this... Después de haber hecho esto... "
and searched here for this structure and found this lesson, but not this form for "haber hecho" nor did I find anything online except one site calling it an idiom.
I was wondering what part of speech "haber hecho" is, I can't find it as a tense and have not been able to find its grammatical term. I don't think this is an "idiom". Thanks for your help in claryfing this.
This is called "El Infinitivo compuesto". We've got some information in our site. Have a look here.
Hola Inma y gracias,
For some reason here was no link in your reply, so I entered the term in the search with no luck - it gave this:
"We could not find any lessons about "El Infinitivo compuesto", our content and technical teams have been informed."
Could you please resend the link? Thank you. Nicole
Sorry Nicole, I think I probably didn't attach it propperly. Try again here.
After the information, at the bottom, you will find some lessons using el infinitivo compuesto.
mmm, no, I think there is actually something wrong with that link. Let me have a look and will come back to you.
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