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PRESENT PERFECT

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Camilita Camur

on 12 March 2016

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Transcript of PRESENT PERFECT

subject + auxiliary verb (have/has) + main verb in past participle

You have been here before
She has already studied English
Structure
PRESENT PERFECT
I have been here before
Affirmative
Have you been here before?
Question
It has not been here before
Negative
Contractions
I've been
You've been
We've been
They've been
She's been
He's been
It's been
When speaking (and sometimes in informal writing), we often contract the subject with the auxiliary verb
Uses
We use present perfect when talking about things that happen in the past but we do not know the exact time or it is not important (these actions can be repeated in the future).
Already
Yet
We use already to talk about something we have done (in affirmative statements)
I have
already
done homework.
We use yet to talk about something we have not done or to ask.
I have not done homework
yet
Have you done homework
yet
?
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