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Transcript of Present Perfect
Present Perfect Tense
Tense Review: What tense is it?
Present Perfect: Featuring U2
"I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For"
When to use Present Perfect
1) Hold up five fingers.
2)One person asks a question.
Have you ever been to China?
3) The other people take turns answering. Tell the TRUTH!
No, I haven't (been to China).
Fingers are safe!
Yes, I have (been to China).
One finger goes down!
Today we will:
- Learn Present Perfect
When to use
and Present Perfect
She is crying.
I will go to the party.
They prayed at the church.
I am here now.
Present Perfect Form
Chloe has seen this movie before.
Have you climbed the highest mountain?
have/has + subject + past participle
Can you find all the Present Perfect sentences in the song?
Present perfect describes an action that happened at an unspecified time before now.
The action could also be a period of time before now.
I have eaten alligator.
I have lived in Korea since 2010.
I / play/ soccer.
They / ask/ many questions.
You / ever date / a girl?
No, I / never date / a girl.
I have played soccer.
They have asked many questions.
Have you ever dated a girl?
No, I have never dated a girl.
She / go / home.
We / sing / at the noraebang.
You / see / the movie?
I / be / in America.
We have sung at the noraebang.
She has gone home.
Have you seen the movie?
I have been in America.
sing --- sang ---
go --- went ---
see --- saw ---
be --- was ---
Let's play: Have you ever...?
Present Perfect Continuous