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PRESENT PERFECT STRUCTURE S + HAS/HAVE + P.PVERB + C EXAMPLE She has eaten the orange.
BUY BOUGHT Has sheclothes? - BOUGHT + ? Yes she has BOUGHT clothes No she hasn´t BOUGHT clothes
CATCHCAUGHT Has hea cat CAUGHT - + ? Yes he has CAUGHT a cat No he hasn´t CAUGHT a cat
CHOOSECHOSE T CHOSEN Has sheany country?CHOSEN ? + - Yes she has CHOSENSpain No she hasn´t CHOSEN any country
COME CAME Have theyto the park?COME - + ? Yes they haveCOMEto the park No they haven´t COME to the park
COST Has ita lot of money?COST ? - + Yes, it has COST a lot of money No, it hasn´t COST a lot of money
CUT Has hesome apples? - CUT + ? Yes he hasCUT some apples ? No he hasn´t CUT some apples ?
DODIDDONE the homework?Have they - + ? DONE Yes, they haveDONE the homework? No, they haven´tDONE the homework?
DRAWDREW DRAWNHas she ? a picture? + - DRAWN Yes she has DRAWNa picture No, she hasn´t DRAWNa picture
DRINKDRUNKDRANK Has heorange juice?DRUNK ? + - Yes, he has No, he hasn´t DRUNK some orange juice orange juice
QUESTIONNAIRE 1. He has 2. He hasseethe car eaten the apple 3. He hasbought exercises a picture clothes 4. He has done drawn 5. They have eat seen buy draw do
QUESTIONNAIRE 1. She hasn`t 2. He hasn`tseea movie drunk orange juice 3. He hasn`tbought to the school fruites pants 4. He hasn`t come cut 5. They haven`t drink seen buy cut come
QUESTIONNAIRE 1. Has she 2. Has he see his mother? drunk milk ? 3. Has hedone a car? the graffiti? the homework? 4. Have they bought drawn 5. Have they drink seen do draw buy
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