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Present Perfect: Part 1
Transcript of Present Perfect: Part 1
Present Perfect: Part 1
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Jenna _____ her dog. His name __ Max.
Jenna’s grandfather ____ Max to her. Her
grandfather _____ him at an animal shelter.
Jenna _____ very good care her dog.
He __ a great dog.
Choose the correct verb for each sentence and change it to Simple Present or Simple Past. One verb can be used two times.
She has forgotten his name.
Sarah has a new neighbor.
She met him yesterday.
Forms of the Present Perfect:
I have finished my work.
The students have finished Chapter 3.
Jim has eaten lunch.
STATEMENT: have / has + past participle
CONTRACTION: pronoun + have =
pronoun + has =
I have not finished my work.
Ann has not eaten lunch.
Have you finished your work?
Has Jim eaten lunch?
NEGATIVE: have / has + not + past participle
QUESTION: have / has + past participle
have / has + not = haven't / hasn't
Has he finished all his work?
Forms with Present Perfect:
Let's look at some examples!
_________________ all his work?
he / finish
Has he finished
Have you read all of
have / haven’t
______________________ a snake?
EVER and NEVER:
Have you ever been to Paris?
No, I've never been to Paris.
use for negative responses
in your entire life
Yes, I have.
No, I haven't.
Use the given words for each example to form the present perfect.
you / read
Have you read
The Present Perfect tense is used to talk about something that happened before now at an unspecified time.
We use past participles for Present Perfect.
Has Kyung finished
has / hasn’t
Yes, __________. She did it after school.
No, ________ . I have
only read a few pages.
No, I _________________ touched a snake.
_______________________ a skark?
Yes, he ____ .