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Present Perfect Simple

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Marinko Uremovic

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Transcript of Present Perfect Simple

1995
2010
1990
2005
Present Perfect Simple
Take a look at these sentences
I have chatted on the Internet.
He has helped an old person.
I have been on a party.
She has made a bet.
Already, just and yet
Complete these sentences with
already, just and yet

We have talked the problem over.
Amy hasn't made any friends .
I've realized how boring I am.
When do we use Present Perfect?
To express an action that started in the past and has not finished:

I have lived here since 2010.


I have had this cold for two weeks now.

Call my bluff
Which sentence is not true?




To express an action that has happened recently:

I have
just
bought new shoes.

Let's call your bluff
Write three sentences about what you have done. One sentence has to be false.
To express an action when it's not important when it happened:



I have visited London.


I
have chatted
on the Internet.
He
has helped
an old person.
I
have been
on a party.
She
has made
a bet.
He
has

helped
an old person.



I
have been
on a party.
(Present Simple
of the verb to have)
(Past Participle)
(Present Simple
of the verb to have)
(Past Participle)
Past Participle
worked, played, listened, jumped
verb +
ed
been, made, fallen, given...


(I still live here.)
(I am still sick.)
already
yet
just
How do we form Present Perfect?
Regular verbs:
Irregular verbs:
2000
I have visited Oslo.
I have eaten kangaroo meat.
I have been a teacher since 2003.
I have been a teacher since 2003.
X
I have been a teacher since 2004.
Irregular verbs
How many do you remember?
see
go
take
be
write
find
have
seen
gone
taken
been
written
found
had
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