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Team # 7:
to specify a period of time in the present perfect.
Subject +Auxiliary(have, has) + Verb in participle +Complement +
+ period of time (3 hours, 4 months, etc).
when we talk about a specific time or date when we started something.
Subject+ Auxiliary (have, has) +Verb in participle+ Complement +
+ Time or date (1984, last moth, Six o´clock, etc).
- Charlie Chaplin has been considered a symbol of humor
- We have gone to that restaurant
since July, 1995.
-She has danced
since 9 o´clock this morning.
In this presentation, we are going to talk about the expressions of time
for and since
in the present perfect tenses, when we used them, the structure and some examples.
SINCE / FOR.
Write 4 sentences with the following verbs using for and since:
1. They/move/to Arizona/for.
2. She /work/here/since.
3. We/not see/James/ since.
4. He/marry/with her/ for.
Since VS. For:
-You have come to this beach
for fifteen years.
-We have enjoyed this paradise
for a week.
-They have swum
for three hours.
Present Perfect Tenses
With for :
- He has dreamed the same
for a week.
- I have decided stay here
for 5 years.
-You have been good person only
for 5 minutes.
- We haven´t eaten fast food
since the last month.
-I have had a car
since I was in the High School.
- They have lived in Toronto
Change the expressions using
for or since:
For one day.
1. Since Saturday:______________.
2.Since January :_______________.
3. Since you was born:____________.
4. For 4 years:_____________.
5. For 1 month:_____________.
Thank You For your Attention!!!!!
Expressions of Time: