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THE PRESENT PERFECT VS THE PAST SIMPLE
What is the Past Simple and the past participle of these verbs?
WRITEWROTE WRITTEN BE WAS/WEREBEEN MAKE MADE MADE WIN WONWON HAVE HAD HAD
READREADREAD DO DIDDONE GET GOT GOT KNOW KNEW KNOWN BECOME BECAMEBECOME
Which tense is used in these sentences:
-John Lennon made a lot of records. THE PAST SIMPLE
-Madonna has made a lot of records. THE PRESENT PERFECT
The Past Simple refers to an action that happened at a definite time in the past: -He wrote his first book in 1882.
The Present Perfect refers to an action that happened at an indefinite time in the past: -He has written many books.
The Past Simple refers to an action which is finished: -I lived in Paris for 5 years. (not any more)
The Present Perfect refers to an action which can continue to the present: -She has lived in Paris for years. (she is still there)
GO WENT ( 2 nd col. ) The Past Simple REGULAR VERBS IRREGULAR VERBS WORK + WORK + ED
The Present Perfect Have/has + past participle ( 3 rd column )
Chose the correct tense: 1. When she was young, she lived / has lived in Wales. 2. In her twenties she taught / has taught in Portugal. 3. Her first book appeared / has appeared in 1997.
4. Since then she earned / has earned an estimated £650 million. 5. She always wanted / has always wanted to be a writer.
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YEAR 1 ENGLISH LANGUAGE CLAIRE WALLIS
Form (structure) Meaning & Use
I haveWe have You have He/She/It hasThey have The past participle is formed by adding endings to the verb. Endings for past participle: -ed, -d,
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2 ND BACHILLERATO. PRESENT TENSES PRESENT SIMPLE A regular habit or a general fact. PRESENT CONTINUOUS Something that is happening now. A future plan.
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.
Present Perfect She has washed her hair. Tom has had a dog for two years.
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