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G3 - Present Perfect

I've Made Up My Mind
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Amanda Serrano

on 3 September 2013

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I've Made Up My Mind
The Present Perfect Tense
The Form
What have they done?
Practice
Directions
Sentence Race Game
The form:
Remember
Unit 5
Listen & Talk 1
page 84

I've made up my mind.
A:
What
[
have
/
has
]

[
you
/
she
/
he
]
decided to do?
B:
[
I
/
She
/
He
]

[
have
/
has
]
made up
[
my
/
her
/
his
]
mind to ......
B:
[
I
/
She
/
He
]

[
have
/
has
]
decided to ........
B:
[
I
/
She
/
He
]

[
have
/
has
]
made up
[
my
/
her
/
his
]
mind.
[
I
/
She
/
He
]

[
am
/
is
]
going to ........
have/has
+ past participle
verbs that end in -ed
irregular verbs
often end in
-en
(written) or
-ne
(gone)
For example...
I
have
Made
is the past participle of the verb
"to make"

Use Present Perfect Tense for an action that
began in the past but is still true now
.

Examples:
I
have walked.
You
have walked
He/She/It
has walked
We
have walked.
You
have walked.
They
have walked.
Choose the correct verb and complete the sentences using the present perfect.
He _____ ________ (draw) a portrait.
has
drawn
She _____ ________ (drink) too much coffee.
drunk
I _____ ________ (see) this movie before.
have
seen
They _____ ________ (go) on vacation.
have
gone
I _____ not ________ (eat) all day.
have
eaten
We _____ ________ (be) waiting for you.
have
been
We _____ ________ (have) a great day at the amusement park!
have
had
He _____ not ________ (do) anything all day.
has
done
He _____ ________ (draw) a portrait.
has
drawn
He _____ ________ (draw) a portrait.
has
drawn
He _____ ________ (draw) a portrait.
has
drawn
They _____ ________ (say) unkind things about him.
have
said
He _____ ________ (draw) a portrait.
has
drawn
He _____ ________ (draw) a portrait.
has
drawn
He _____ ________ (draw) a portrait.
has
drawn
He _____ ________ (draw) a portrait.
has
drawn
He _____ ________ (draw) a portrait.
has
drawn
He _____ ________ (draw) a portrait.
has
drawn
He _____ ________ (draw) a portrait.
has
drawn
He _____ ________ (draw) a portrait.
has
drawn
He _____ ________ (draw) a portrait.
has
drawn
He _____ ________ (draw) a portrait.
has
drawn
He _____ ________ (draw) a portrait.
has
drawn
He _____ ________ (draw) a portrait.
has
drawn
He _____ ________ (draw) a portrait.
has
drawn
Listening...
a song!
Directions
First write the Past Participle of each verb.
Do you remember how to form the Past Participle?
Then, listen to the song and fill in the lyrics.
What do you think of the song?

What is it about?

He's seeking (trying to find) the meaning of life.
Look at the lyrics.

Did you notice some verbs are in the form we're practicing (Present Perfect), but some are in Simple Past?

What are some examples of simple past in the lyrics?
Why are some in Simple Past and others in Present Perfect?
Present Perfect = an action that began in the past and continues until now.
Simple Past = an action that was completed in the past.
Everybody gets a verb.

Write a sentence using your verb and Present Perfect
Example: I've made up my mind.
Each team has the same words.
When Teacher says your word, race to the board and write your sentence.

The first to complete their sentence gets a point for their team.
has
have/has + Past Participle = Present Perfect
I've made up my mind.
For example...
I
have
Made
is the past participle of the verb
"to make"

Use this form when an action started in the past but continues into the present.
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