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Present Perfect Tense Chapter 6 part 1

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Transcript of Present Perfect Tense Chapter 6 part 1

Chapter 6
Cultures of the World

A. Past Participle
The
verb
form is used in the
present perfect tense.
Core
لThe Reading:
In this Chapter:
Part 1
Present Perfect Tense.

Part2
Superlatives.


Part 3
Comparison with so, TOO
either, neither,but.
Let's Practice:
How to form Present Perfect:
brought
bought
cost
done
eaten
lived
go
had
met
paid
read
say
studied
speak
taken
thought
write
visited

Present Perfect Tense
1-Actions or situations at an unspecified time in the past.
Common time expression:
Already,ever,,just,recently,still, yet, so far, and up to now
EX: I
have/'ve
been
to Canada.
My parents
have
just
returned
from there.
I
have
not
been
to England.
My family still
has
not
had
time for a trip.

2- Repeated Actions at an unspecified time in the past.
Common time expression:
Once, Twice, several ties, etc
EX: I'
ve

been
to Canada twice.
My parents
have

been
there many times.
I
haven't

eaten
English food more than once or twice.
We
haven't

traveled
outside our country too many times
Yes/No Questions
Information Questions:
Let's Practice:
1- Affirmative
ever
it's a common adverb.
Have you ever been to Canada?
Yes, I have/No, I haven't.


She
+
has
+cleaned the car.
Has
+
she
+
(ever)+

cleaned the car?
2-Negative
Haven't you ever been to
New York?
Yes, I have/No, I haven't.

Yes, I've.
No contraction
in affirmative answers.
SUBJECT
+
HAS / HAVE
+
PAST PARTICIPLE OF VERB

He
She

has

cleaned
the car
It

I
You
We

have

cleaned
the car
They
She
+
has
+cleaned the car.
Who

has

cleaned
the car?
What

has

she
cleaned?
Practice 2 page 166
Practice 4
haven’t had

has been

have met

have
done
have been
have ridden
have eaten
have lost
have visited
have spoken
have taught
have learned
have gone
have played
have watched
have discovered
have been

have tried
haven’t been
hasn’t been

haven’t seen

have caught

have taken
have
bought
has been

have begun


Already = before now
Ever = at any time

Yet = up to now
Just = refer to the very recent past

Never = not at any time
Still = up to now
spent

I have been

correct

Has

correct

We have never seen a clock as big as Big Ben

eaten

seen

Have you read a book by an author from another country?

Have you drunk a popular drink from another country?

Have you received a letter from a person in another country?

Have you written a letter to a person in another country?

Have you known a person from another country?

Have you bought clothes made in another country?

Have you ever eaten from another country?

Have you ever been to another country?

seen
eaten
We have never seen etc

correct
Has
correct
I have been

spent
Has she taken a lot of photographs ?
How many photographs has she taken?
What has she taken pictures of
What kinds of transportation have you spent money on

Have you spent a lot of money on transportation?
How much money have you spent?
These adverbs are common with
the present perfect tense.
Ever, Never,
Already, Just,
Recently,
Still, and Yet.

I've just visited the museum.
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