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PRESENT PERFECT TENSE
The present perfect is used when the time period has not finished: I have seen three movies this week. (This week has not finished yet.)
SENTENCES She has worked hard in this office
PRESENT PERFECT TENSE The present perfect is often used when the time is recent: JOHAN has just arrived in Victoria.
SENTENCES THEY HAVE JUST GONE TO THE PARK
PRESENT PERFECT TENSE The present perfect is often used with for and since. Greg has lived here for 20 years. Greg has lived here since 1978.
AFFIRMATIVE FORM I HAVE GONE YOU HAVE GONE WE HAVE GONE THEY HAVE GONE HE HAS GONE SHE HAS GONE IT HAS GONE
NEGATIVE FORM I HAVEN’T RUN YOU HAVEN’T RUN WE HAVEN’T RUN THEY HAVEN’T RUN HE HASN’T RUN SHE HASN’T RUN IT HASN’T RUN
INTERROGATIVE FORM HAVE I COME? HAVE YOU COME? HAVE WE COME? HAVE THEY COME? HAS HE COME? HAS SHE COME? HAS IT COME?
SENTENCE SHE HAS PLAYED THE GUITAR SINCE SHE WAS TEN YEARS OLD
SENTENCE THE CAT HAS BEEN THERE FOR TWENTY MINUTES
COMPLETE THE SENTENCES HE…………………… ………… IN THE POOL DURING TWO YEARS (SWIM)
COMPLETE He……already….. three pieces of pizza (EAT)
COMPLETE THE BOOKS………… ON THAT SHELF FOR FIFTEEN YEARS (BE)
COMPLETE WE……………….. ACROSS THE PACIFIC THREE TIMES (SAIL)
COMPLETE I……NEVER…… SNOWBOARDING (TRY)
COMPLETE SOMEONE…….. MY JEWELRY (STEAL)
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Past simple / present perfect Past simple is used: Actions that finished in a definite time in the past I bought this car last week. To ask when? what.
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Present Perfect. I have lived in LA. She has lived in LA. I haven’t lived in LA. She hasn’t lived in LA. Have I lived in LA? Has She lived in LA?
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