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What form of "haber" do I use to address several people in present perfect subjunctive?

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What form of "haber" do I use to address several people in present perfect subjunctive?

Hi!! I would like to ask a question. So I'm doing a presentation in Spanish and i want to use the present perfect subjunctive in the last sentence. I want to say "I hope you enjoyed my presentation". The dictionary says that it's "espero que les haya gustado mi precentación", but isn't "haya" the verb form for "usted" and not "ustedes"? Several people are going to listen to me, so I want to address them all. What do I say? Is it "espero que les hayán gustado mi precentación" or "espero que les hayáis gustado mi precentación", or is it the sentence I wrote earlier?

Thank you in advance!!

Asked 9 months ago
InmaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola диана

"Espero que les haya gustado mi presentación" is correct because it's using the verb gustar, that works in a different way to other verbs. To understand more about the verb gustar here is a basic lesson:

gustar (to like something) 

Saludos

 

 

What form of "haber" do I use to address several people in present perfect subjunctive?

Hi!! I would like to ask a question. So I'm doing a presentation in Spanish and i want to use the present perfect subjunctive in the last sentence. I want to say "I hope you enjoyed my presentation". The dictionary says that it's "espero que les haya gustado mi precentación", but isn't "haya" the verb form for "usted" and not "ustedes"? Several people are going to listen to me, so I want to address them all. What do I say? Is it "espero que les hayán gustado mi precentación" or "espero que les hayáis gustado mi precentación", or is it the sentence I wrote earlier?

Thank you in advance!!

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