Example Writer don’t have to travel a lot; they can work at home. 2- Look at the photo of Austin Steven. What does he do? Reading Read the text. Were you right about Austin Stevens’ job?
4- Read the text again.Are these statement true (T) or(F)? 1- He works in a zoo 2- He travels a lot. 3- He writes about animals 4- He lives with snakes. 5- He makes films about gorillas. F T T F F
(Form (Has \ Have + Past Participle The present perfect simple tense is used to talk about a past time, which has very strong meaning for the present I've worked. I haven't worked. Have I worked? Yes, I have. No, I haven't The Present Perfect:
For example: He has lost his key. (he lost it and still hasn’t got it) She has gone out. She should be back in an hour. We form the present perfect simple by using the auxiliary verb have/has and the -ed form of the regular verb (the past participle) irregular verb forms have to be learned. irregular verb
We CAN use the Present Perfect with time expressions such as: ever, never, once, many times, several times, before, so far, already, yet, etc. We use already in statements and yet in questions and negative sentences.
The present perfect simple is used to discuss events that have just been completed at the moment of speaking. For example: Q) Have you done your homework yet?" A) "Yes, I've just finished it.“’No, I haven't done it yet. Note - You are talking about today and today isn't finished, so you may do your homework later!
It is often used to talk about events in the past we don’t know or not interested in exactly when they happened I have been a broad many times.(it doesn't matter exactly when) You have seen that movie many times. For example:
Grammar: Present Perfect 5- Complete the sentences from the text with verbs in the Present Prefect. Past event He……………………… many photographic awards Present Consequence He is well-known photographer. He…………………… some serious accidents. His job is dangerous. Has won Has had
6-Do you know exactly when the past events in exercise5 happened?. No. the present perfect is used to indicate an action in the past at an indefinite time
7-Read the sentences. Translate the words in bold into your language. Do they exist? 1-Have you ever been to china? 2-He has never seen an elephant trunk snake. 3- He has already published more than 150 articles 4-He hasn’t photographed it yet. 5-Have you seen it yet?
8-match the words (1-4) with the types of sentences (a-d). One of the words goes with two types. Example: 4-d 1- already 2- yet 3-ever 4-never a) questions b)Affirmative sentences c)Negative sentences with not d)Negative sentences with out not b a \c a d
Practice: 9-Use the correct verbs in the present perfect to make affirmative and negative sentences a bout Austin Steven's achievements.
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