2Present perfect 1 The criminals are in a police car. Smart Alec has arrested the criminals.
3Present perfect2 He’s hungry.He hasn’t had lunch.
4Present perfect 3 Sweet Sue can’t get off the roof. Smart Alec has closed the door and the window.
5Present perfect 4 He’s got some money. He has been to the bank. Atm automated teller machine
6Present perfect 5 He’s wearing a pair of new shoes. He has bought a pair of new shoes.
7Present perfect 6 He’s holding Sweet Sue’s mobile. He has found her mobile.
8Present perfect 7 He’s looking at some photos on his camera. He has taken some pictures.
9Present perfect 8 His computer is off. He has switched the computer off.He hasn’t switched it on.
10The present perfect or the past simple tense We use the past simple for past events or actions which have no connection to the present.We use the present perfect for actions which started in the past and are still happening now OR for finished actions which have a connection to the present.We CAN'T use the present perfect with a finished time word:NOT: I've been to the museum yesterday.
11Present perfect / Past simple I have lived in Lyon.I lived in Lyon in 1989.They have eaten Thai food.They ate Thai food last night.Have you seen 'Othello'?.Where did you see 'Othello'?We have been to Ireland.When did you go to Ireland?
12The present perfect or the past simple tense 1 I live in Dublin. I’ve lived here since 2005.Before that, I lived in Edinburgh.2 Smart Alec left university seven years ago.He has been a detective for six years.3 We had Mr. Jones for History last year,but we have had Mrs. Marsh for two months now.4 The post hasn’t arrived yet today.It didn’t arrive till yesterday.5 I haven’t seen Tim since last week.I saw him last Tuesday.6 I’m hungry. I haven’t eaten anything for five hours now.I only ate a sandwich at lunchtime.