Example: See (Present tense) Saw (Past tense) Seen(Present Perfect Tense) A.Why isn’t Melissa going to go to the mall today? B. She’s already gone to the mall this week. A. Really? When? B. She went to the mall yesterday.
Has or Have??? IWe Youeaten. TheyHe Sheeaten. It have has
Do or Does? youwe theylike to swim. Ihe shelike to swim. it Do Does
They Haven’t Had the Time Page 45 A. Do you like to swim? B. Yes, but I haven’t swum in a long time. A.Why not? B.I haven’t had the time.
They Haven’t Had the Time Page 45 A. Does she like to draw? B. Yes, but she hasn’t drawn in a long time. A.Why not? B.She hasn’t had the time.
Page 45 1. Do you like to ride your bicycle? Do you like to ride your bicycle? Yes, but I haven’t ridden by bicycle in a long time. Yes, but I haven’t ridden by bicycle in a long time. A.Why not? B.I haven’t had the time..
Don’t forget…. Question: you Answer: I Question: Rita Answer: She Question: Chris Answer: he
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