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Use it to describe what someone wanted to have happened.
Past perfect subjunctive (Pluscuamperfecto de subjuntivo): hubiera + past participle
Also, to tell what someone would--or would not--have done.
Use it to express an action you would have done if something else had been possible.
Conditional perfect: habría + past participle
Usually the non-"If" clause of a statement
Used to indicate the action as completed with governing verbs in the present or future tense or command forms.
Present perfect subjunctive: haya + past participle
"I have spoken"
Expresses an action that took place at no definite time in the past.
Present perfect (indicative): he + past participle
"I have left."
Used to tell what had or had not happened before another past action.
Past perfect (indicative): había + past participle
Used in relation to another past action (often expressed in the preterit).