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Copy of The Present Perfect Tense
Transcript of Copy of The Present Perfect Tense
Part 1 7th grade - DS Puerto Varas Do you know
what the present perfect is? How do we make it? Let's concentrate on the past participles for a moment ... Been / Gone This is the way we
make the present perfect Ever / Never It's a verb tense which
refers to actions that happened in the past and that have a relation with the present You have to use the auxiliary verb or + the past participle of the main verb Affirmative and negative forms:
I / You / We / They + + past participle
He / She / It + + past participle We use or to say that a person visited a place and then
came back. It means "in your life". We use it in questions in the following way... A better way to understand
the present perfect is the following ... Questions:
+ I / you / we / they + past participle ... ?
+ he / she / it + past participle ... ? have(n't) has(n't) Have Has have has has been have been "Alex has been to London 3 or 4 times.
He really likes it." We use or to say that a person went to a place and stayed there. has gone have gone "Jackie has gone to Paris. I hope to see her
before I travel to Australia." How to make past participles Regular verbs Irregular verbs Because there are no rules, you have to look at the list of the inside back cover of your book. Special rule n° 1:
When the verb ends in -e, we only add -d Special rule n° 2:
When the verb ends in a vowel and a consonant, we double the consonant and then add -ed Special rule n° 3:
When the verb ends in a vowel and then the letter -y, we change -y for -i and then add -ed General Rule:
You have to add -ed to the verb phone phoned grab grabbed trap trapped copy copied Have you ever done zorbing? Has she ever tried sushi? This one means "not in your life". We use it in affirmative sentences between / and the past participle has have They've never traveled to Greece She's never driven a car