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1 Výukový materiál zpracovaný v rámci projektu Označení:Sada: 3 Ověření ve výuce:Třída: Datum: Registrační číslo projektu:CZ.1.07/1.5.00/ VY_32_INOVACE_ANJ_VL_3_ A

2 Předpřítomný čas prostý Present Perfect Jméno autora (vč. titulu): Škola – adresa: Ročník: Předmět: Anotace: 2. ročník Anglický jazyk Mgr. Radka Volfová OA a VOŠE Tábor, Jiráskova 1615 Základní pravidla pro tvoření předpřítomného času prostého, zásady jeho použití Tematická oblast: Grammar & Syntax

3 singularplural I have playedwe have played you have played he has playedthey have played Have /has + past participle

4 singularplural I haven´t playedwe haven´t played you haven´t played he hasn´t playedthey haven´t played Haven´t / hasn´t + past participle

5 singularplural Have I played?Have we played? Have you played? Has he played?Have they played? Have / haven´t / has / hasn´t + subject + past participle

6  to say that an action happened at an unspecitied time before now I think I have met him once before. She has been to Italy twice. He hasn´t ridden a horse before.  when the action in the past has a result now He told me his name but I have forgotten it now. Sally isn´t at home. She has gone shopping. Maria´s English has improved a lot.

7  already  I have already finished my homework.  just  They have just arrived.  yet  Have you seen him yet?  He hasn´t called me yet.  ever  Have you ever been to Japan?

8 Trevor and Laura are decorating their hous. Put it the verbs. Use the Present Perfect Simple. Laura:How is the painting going? ………. (you / finish)? Trevor:No, I haven´t. Painting the ceiling is really difficult, you know. ………. (I / not / do) very much. And it looks just the same as before. This new paint ………. (not /make) any difference. Laura:………. (you / not / put) enough on. Trevor:………. (I / hurt) my back. It feels bad. Laura: Oh, you and your back. You mean ………. (you / have) enough decorating. Well, I´ll do it.Where ………. (you / put) the brush? Trevor:I don´t know. ………. (it / disappear). ………. (I / look) for it, but I can´t find it. Laura:You´re hopeless, aren´t you? How much ……….. (you / do) in here? Nothing! ………. (I / paint) two doors. Trevor:………. (I / clean) all this old paint around the window. It looks much better now, doesn´t it? Laura:………. (we / make) some progress, I suppose. Now, where …………. (that brush /go)? Oh,.……. (you / leave) it on the ladder, look.

9 Trevor and Laura are decorating their hous. Put it the verbs. Use the Present Perfect Simple. Laura:How is the painting going? Have you finished? Trevor:No, I haven´t. Painting the ceiling is really difficult, you know. I haven´t done very much. And it looks just the same as before. This new paint hasn´t made any difference. Laura:You haven´t put enough on. Trevor:I have hurt my back. It feels bad. Laura: Oh, you and your back. You mean you have had enough decorating. Well, I´ll do it.Where have you put the brush? Trevor:I don´t know it has disappeared. I have looked for it, but I can´t find it. Laura:You´re hopeless, aren´t you? How much have you done in here? Nothing! I have painted two doors. Trevor:I have cleaned all this old paint around the window. It looks much better now, doesn´t it? Laura:We have made some progress, I suppose. Now, where has that brush gone? Oh, you have left it on the ladder, look.

10 Complete the dialogue using Present Perfect Simple. Vicky:………. (you / not do / your project / yet), I suppose. Rachel:No, I haven´t. …………. (I / not / start / it / yet). Vicky:………. (I / just / see / Andrew) and he says ………. (he / already / do) about half of it. Rachel:Well, he works too hard. Vicky: ………. (I / not / finish / my plan / yet). Rachel:………. (you / already / begin) to worry about it, haven´t you? Take it easy. There´s plenty of time. Vicky:………. (we / already / spend) too long thinking about it. ……….. (I / not / do any real work / yet) and ………. (I / just / realize) that there are only four weeks to the end of term. Rachel:OK. ………. (I / just / decide) to start next week. Well, maybe.

11 Complete the dialogue using Present Perfect Simple. Vicky:You haven´ t done your project yet, I suppose. Rachel:No, I haven´t. I haven´t started it yet. Vicky:I have just seen Andrew and he says he has already done about half of it. Rachel:Well, he works too hard. Vicky:I haven´t finished my plan yet. Rachel:You have already begun to worry about it, haven´t you? Take it easy. There´s plenty of time. Vicky:We have already spent too long thinking about it. I haven´t done any real work yet and I have just realized that there are only four weeks to the end of term. Rachel:OK. I have just decided to start next week. Well, maybe.

12  Murphy, R., Essential Grammar in Use, Cambridge University Press 2007  Murphy, R., English Grammar in Use, Cambridge University Press 2004  Eastwood, J., Oxford Practice Grammar Intermediate, Oxford University Press 2006  obrázky – kliparty sady Microsoft Office


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