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4 » AFFIRMATIVE FORM : » Person + have / has + past participle » USES : » I ’ve been in China. ( I’ve = I have ) » She ’s ridden a horse. ( She’s = She has )

5 » NEGATIVE FORM : » Person + haven’t / hasn’t + past participle » USES : » I haven’t been in China. ( haven’t = have not ) » She hasn’t ridden a horse. ( hasn’t = has not )

6 FOR/ SINCE /YET (NON-ACTION VERBS: be, have, know, like, etc) » I ’ve known Maria for 10 years. » They ’ve had that car since » She hans’t had a boyfriend yet.

7 I have lived in San Diego for 10 years. I have lived in San Diego since Meaning = I moved to San Diego 10 years ago and I still live here today. The Present Perfect connects the past and the present.

8 » Pamela hasn’t seen his uncle for 8 years. (has not) » Melvin has studied in this school since » Melissa hasn’t taken the exam yet. FOR: Indicates the PERIOD OF TIME. SINCE: Indicates the INITIAL time. YET: Indicates that the action IS NOT FINISHED. (Negative sentences)

9 » I have lived in New York for ten years. » I haven’t visited my aunt since 1985.(have not) » The students haven’t finished the homework yet.

10 » Look! Everywhere is white. It has snowed for two days.

11 » I have eaten Chinese food » I have never seen “Asu mare“. » I have never driven a bus. » The teacher has never had a serious accident. » HAVE YOU EVER BEEN ON AN AIRPLANE? » Yes,I have. / No, I haven´t.


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