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Present Perfect Presentation

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Lady Rodriguez

on 22 April 2013

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Present Perfect Uses And more... Just For Since Already Never Yet Ever Affirmative Sentences Interrogative Sentences Negative Sentences Structure Subject + auxiliary verb ("to have/has") + past participle ... Subject + auxiliary verb ("to have") + "not" + past participle ... Auxiliary verb ("to have") + subject + past participle ...? For very recent actions. The present perfect is formed by combining the auxiliary verb "has" or "have" with the past participle. It is a tense that is used to refer to actions that happen in the recent past and have some relation with present. She has gone to work. We've been to London. They have learned English. She hasn't gone to work. We haven't been to London. They haven't learned English. Has she gone to work? Have you been to London? Have they learned English? The exact time is not important. You can't use the Present Perfect with specific time expressions such as: yesterday, one year ago, last week, etc. We can use the Present Perfect with unspecific expressions such as: ever, never, still, for, since, just, already, yet, etc. (alguna vez, en alguna ocasión) To ask about experiences Have you ever been to Australia? Have you ever eaten Japanese food? (Nunca) I’ve never been to Australia. I’ve never eaten Japanese food. (todavía no) Have you eaten your sandwich yet?

She hasn’t sung her song yet.
(ya) I love New York! I have been there 5 times already and I can't wait to go back.

She’s already sung her song. (ahora mismo, hace un momento) Appears in interrogative and negative sentences. Look at his position at the end of the sentence. To talk about experiences It is normally used in affirmative sentences. She’s just lost her watch.

Their plane has just arrived! (desde hace) I’ve lived near that family for a year. Introduces a time period. (desde, desde que) I’ve lived near that family since 2004.

I’ve known them since I moved to Manchester. Introduces a specific time. Presented by: Diana Marcela Vargas Lady Vanessa Rodriguez
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