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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)
PRESENT PERFECT TENSE.
October 3 rd, Present Perfect Continuous Its structure: Subject [ I, she, he, you, we …] Auxiliary verb [Have / Has] Auxiliary verb Been main verb.
Present Perfect Tense The autumn has already arrived How do you know?
Conversation ~ Present Perfect Tense ~ I just haven’t had the time.
PRESENT PERFECT. PRESENT PERFECT FORM The present perfect of any verb is composed of two elements : the appropriate form of the auxiliary verb to have.
The Present Perfect Tense They have played tennis.
May 24 th, 2012 Topic: present perfect progressive Aim: you will describe actions that began in the past and they haven’t finished.
Present Perfect Tense & Past Perfect Tense By Melanie Daigneault.
The Fifth Meeting: Present Perfect. Present Perfect The present perfect is formed from the present tense of the verb have/ has and the past participle.
FORM Present Perfect Simple Present Perfect Continuous AffirmativeI have played He has played I have been playing He has been playing NegativeI haven’t.
PRESENT PERFECT examples: yet examples: yet examples: ever/never examples: ever/never examples: for/since examples: for/since PAST SIMPLE examples practice.
or the most confusing tense you have ever tried to understand !
PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE. USE: When an action started in the Past, but continues in the Present or the consequences are now.
So…let’s talk about the FORM of the PRESENT PERFECT TENSE first…OK? The Present Perfect Tense is formed by 2 things: the auxiliary verb HAVE and HAS.
When the past connects with the present!
Revision Time. Simple Present Tense – habits, routines and facts. Affirmative Form: I practice sports twice a week. He always wakes up early. Negative.
PRESENT PERFECT affirmative examples negative examples practice.
The Present Perfect Tense
STATEMENTS affirmative statements negative statements practice.
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