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Present Perfect

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Leonardo Palacios Correa

on 26 August 2016

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Transcript of Present Perfect

Present
Past
Present Perfect
Usos
Utilizamos Present Perfect cuando una acción sucede en un tiempo no especificado en el pasado. El tiempo exacto no es importante.
Cambios en el tiempo
Utilizamos el Present Perfect cuando hablamos de cambios que ha sucedido en un periodo de tiempo.
You
have

grown

so much

since last time
I
saw
you.
Experiencias
Utilizamos el Present Perfect para hablar de experiencias. También cuando queremos expresar que nunca hemos tenido cierta experiencia.
I
have
been
to France
I
have

never

been

to Colombia
.
Tareas que no han sido finalizadas pero que se espera terminar
Utilizamos Present Perfect cuando queremos expresar que una tarea no ha sido completada o cuando esperamos que una acción se lleve a cabo
I
haven't

finished

my homework
.
Valentina
hasn't
arrived

yet
.
Logros
Utilizamos el Present Perfect cuando hablamos de logros que han sido alcanzados por ciertos individuos o la humanidad.
Man
has

walked

on the moon.
Colombia
has

made

it to the finals
.
Serie de eventos en un periodo determinado en el pasado
Utilizamos el Present Perfect cuando ha sucedido una serie de eventos en un punto determinado del pasado.
I
have

seen

different doctors
but they
haven't

found
what is wrong with my body.

Form of the passive
Subject+
have/has (auxiliary verb)
+
past participle
+
complement
I
have

watched

that movie

twenty times.
I
have

had
f
our quizzes and five tests
so far this semester
.
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