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PRESENT PERFECT Teacher Silvino Sieben 2nd grade of HS
PRESENT PERFECT How long have they been married? They have been married for 35 years.
Richard’s car has just broken down.
Affirmative They You We It She He You I have eaten has eaten have eaten
PRESENT PERFECT Negative They You We It She He You I haven’t eaten hasn’t eaten haven’t eaten
PRESENT PERFECT Have Has Have Interrogative they eaten? you eaten? we eaten? it eaten? she eaten? he eaten? you eaten? I eaten?
PRESENT PERFECT Say the past participles of the verbs eat go do drink ring buy teach swim sing bring give feed make leave arrive work read cut catch see
PRESENT PERFECT Complete the blanks with the Present Perfect. 1. I (see) that film before. 2. We (read) three English books in class. 3. My mother (be) to London twice this year. 4. John (borrow) four CDs from me. 5. The children (eat) breakfast. 6. You (drink) all the coffee. 7. Be quiet! The film (start). 8. My parents (have) this house since 1950.
PRESENT PERFECT We use the present perfect: for actions which happened at an unstated indefinite time in the past. The exact time is not important. I have been been to France twice. (When? We don’t know.)
PRESENT PERFECT He has broken broken his arm.
PRESENT PERFECT The Taylors have bought bought a new boat.
PRESENT PERFECT We use the present perfect: for actions which started in the past and are still continuing in the present. I have known known Mary for ten years. (We met ten years ago and we still know each other.) I have worked worked here for four years. (I started working here four years ago and I still work here.)
They have been friends for twenty years. (They met each other 20 years ago and they are still friends) PRESENT PERFECT
Rachel has had had the dog for two years.
PRESENT PERFECT We use the present perfect: for actions which have recently finished and their results are visible in the present. Tom has just painted painted the fence. (He has just finished painting. The paint on the fence is still wet.)
PRESENT PERFECT She has picked picked a lot of apples.
PRESENT PERFECT She has just just washed her hair.
PRESENT PERFECT How long is used in questions to ask about duration. How long long have you worked here? How have you been a teacher? For is used to express duration. I’ve lived here for for eight years. Since is used to state a starting point. I’ve known him since since 1990.
PRESENT PERFECT Make sentences using since and for. 1. Ali / be / teacher / ten years Ali has been a teacher for ten years. 2. Paul / have / his dog / last month ……………………………………… Michael / not swim / last summer …………………………………………
PRESENT PERFECT Make sentences using since and for. 4. I / not see / Helen / two days ……………………………………….. 5. Mr Steff/ be / here / ……………………………………… My brothers / not play / tennis / three weeks
PRESENT PERFECT Already and just are used in positive statements and go between the verb have and past participle. They have already already packed their suitcases. I’ve just just phoned him. Yet is used in questions and negatives and goes at the end of the sentence. Have you done your homework ? I haven’t done my homework yet.
PRESENT PERFECT Ever is used in questions and goes between the verb have and the past participle. Have you ever ever played tennis? Have you been abroad? Never is used to make a negative statement and goes between the verb have and the past participle. I have never never played tennis. I have travelled abroad.
PRESENT PERFECT Write questions and answers. Vera / paint / the walls / in her room blue? Has Vera painted the walls in her room blue? No, she hasn’t. She has painted them white.
PRESENT PERFECT Write questions and answers. Dennis / cook / chicken / yet ? Has Dennis cooked the chicken yet? Yes, he has.
PRESENT PERFECT Write questions and answers. Mrs Peterson / buy / meat ? Has Mrs Peterson bought some meat? No, she hasn’t. She has bought some fish.
PRESENT PERFECT Write questions and answers. Sue / make / coffee ? Has Sue made coffee? No, she hasn’t. She has made tea.
PRESENT PERFECT Write questions and answers. your sisters / ever / be / Rome? Have your sisters ever been to Rome? No, they haven’t. They’ve been to Paris.
PRESENT PERFECT Write questions and answers. Tom and Mary / ever / try / skiing Have Tom and Mary ever tried skiing? Yes, they have.
Have you ever had an accident? ……………………………………………………..