Presentation on theme: "Affirmative: I have seen the film before. She has seen the film before."— Presentation transcript:
Affirmative: I have seen the film before. She has seen the film before.
Negative: They haven’t seen the film before. He hasn’t seen the film before.
Interrogative: Have you seen the film before? Has she seen the film before?
Past participle verb forms must be learned because they don’t follow any rule: GoGone Come BuyBought DrinkDrunk EatEaten Find Found SeeSeen
to become to bring to build to buy to catch to drive to eat to fight to fly to forget become brought built bought caught driven eaten fought flown forgotten to get to give to go to have to know to make to ride to sit to sleep to gotten to given to gone to had to known to made to ridden to sat to slept
1- Recent events: It is used to describe recent events without a definite time. A time expression may emphasize recentness: just, recently, lately Uses of the present perfect Why are they so happy? They have just won a prize so they are really pleased
2- Personal experiences: It is used to express personal experiences, there is not a definite time given. The time expressions ever and never are very often used with this meaning I have never been to Japan. Have you ever been there?
3- It is used to express actions that started in the past and continue to the present, the time period is not finished. We use for and since with this meaning. I haven’t eaten since yesterday morning. I am really hungry I haven’t drunk anything for two days. I am terribly thirsty
We use definite expressions with the Past simple tense: yesterday, last week, … ago etc, while we don’t use definite time expressions with the Present perfect tense. I have been to France three times When did you go there last? I went there last Summer
Gerald has bought a new car. He bought it last week. Have you met Ray? – Yes, I met him when we were students. My parents have been to India. In fact, they went there twice last year.
He has been to London. Now he is here. He can tell you wonderful stories about London. He has been in London for two weeks. He is still in London. Where’s Peter? He has gone to London. He is in Italy or on his way to London.
Have you ever been to Canada? Yes, ____________. Has Jane ever cooked Thai food? No, ____________. Have Li Mang and Xiu ever written poetry? Yes, ____________. Has Cesar ever read an English newspaper? Yes, ____________. Has Julio ever fallen asleep in class? No, ____________. Have Ramon and Sancho ever driven a car? No, ____________. Answer the questions. Use short answers. I have she hasn’t they have he has he hasn’t they have
My friends __________ (go) to Europe twice. We ____________ (travel) by plane lots of times. Rob _________ (go) on a blind date. Martha __________ (do) karate. I ____________ (dye) my hair three times. Kerry ____________ (eat) insects in Thailand. William __________ (ride) a camel in Egypt. My parents ___________ (swim) in the Indian Ocean. Complete the sentences. Use the present perfect. Complete the sentences. Use the present perfect. have gone have traveled has gone has done have dyied has eaten has ridden have swum
Talk talked / talken Fall fell / fallen Gowent/ gone Breakbreaked / broken Wear worn / wore Do done / did Bewas/ been Circle the correct past participle.
She / win the lotto (already) ______________________________. He / tell a lie (just) ______________________________. I / not visit Europe (yet) ______________________________. They / start the exam (already) ______________________________. I / make a mistake (just) ______________________________. We / not have dinner (yet) ______________________________. Write sentences in the present perfect. Use already, just, and yet. Write sentences in the present perfect. Use already, just, and yet. She has already won the lotto He has just told a lie I haven’t visited Europe yet They have already started the exam I have just made a mistake We haven’t had dinner yet