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Present Perfect Tense
Transcript of Present Perfect Tense
Watch the video and see what adventures Gran has had before.
a. identify and recognize the present perfect tense.
b. use the present perfect tense to talk about my experiences.
WHEN we use PP...
There is always a CONNECTION with the past and with the present.
we use the Present Perfect Tense to talk about a finished action happened in unspecific time in the past with a result in the present or an unfinished action or state that started in the past and continues to the present.
life experience: Gran hasn't been to Egypt.
a continuing state: She has been in London for many years.
We do not intend to describe when and what we did exactly. We only want to tell others if we did it. The action was in the past. In my head, I have a memory of it now. I know something about it; I have experience of it.
e.g. Have you ever been there?
We have never eaten caviar.
Where did you go and what did you do last summer?
Fill in the blanks
Reread the dialogue, work in pairs and discuss:
why Gran corrected Kitty when she said "did you go to Egypt?".
when they used the present perfect tense.
Do you remember...
Subject+auxiliary verb+main verb
Present Perfect Tense
(have/has) (past participle)
Using the present perfect tense to talk about experience from the past...Why not just use the past tense?
Examples in songs
What about your experiences?
Do I know what construct the present perfect tense?
Can I use the present perfect tense properly, knowing how and when to use it?
Can I use the present perfect tense to share my experiences orally and in writing?
What have we just done...
We have just...
What were they talking about...
Different Verb Tenses
Connection with past and present